amazon DashDrive Durable HD710 reviews
With DashDrive Durable HD710, users no longer have to worry about important data being lost due to unexpected risks such as rain or accidentally dropping hard drives into the water.
Product design uses blue and black tones to create accents. The special silicone outer casing has good elasticity, which not only absorbs shocks but also withstands strong shocks to protect the internal hard drive against external forces.
Manufacturer Adata said the water resistance of the HD710 is IPX7 standard, which can be “soaked” at a depth of 1 meter in about 30 minutes.
Note, however, that this feature is also only protective in some unforeseen cases, and most device manufacturers often discourage users from actively experimenting with this feature.
Compared to the HD650 Test Lab, the DashDrive Durable HD710 is slightly larger (13.2×9.9×2.2 cm and weighs 220 g). Product design also integrates LED lights to help users easily recognize the status of activities.
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Hasard’s GA-Z97X-Gaming 7 DashDrive Durable HD 710 data access test bench, GA-Z97X-Gaming 7 motherboard, Intel Core i7-4770K processor, 240GB GS Corsair Force SSD and operating system Windows 7 sp1.
The results below show that the data rate of the HD710 over USB 3.0 is no less than that of some other portable hard drives in the same test. In addition, the results of the test showed that the product stability shown by the test scores between the runs were not significantly different.
With the AS SSD Benchmark shows the highest achievable sequential data access speed of the hard drive is about read 106 MB / sec and written 104.7 MB / sec.
The PCMark 05 measurement in the emulator environment shows an application launch rate of 6.4 MB / sec, a virus scan of 93.3 MB / sec, a write speed of 103.2 MB / sec, and boot process. Windows XP equates to 8.1 MB per second.
With PCMark 8 reaching 1795 points and the average hard drive speed is 5, 6 MB / sec.
On the actual speed test when copying 10GB of composite samples of various formats including HD movies, lossless music, application installation sources, and text files between the 240 GB Corsair Force GS and HD710 over SATA 3.0 interface.
DashDrive Durable HD710 takes about 1 minute and 34 seconds to finish copying data to the Documents folder, system partitioning with an average reading speed of 109.6 MB / sec. In contrast to the recording task with 10GB of mixed data on takes up to 2 minutes 7 seconds, average recording speed is 81.1 MB / sec.
Also using the same model with 10GB single file, Adata’s portable hard drive model is up to 24% faster than the same 10GB of integrated data when it only takes 1 minute 36 seconds, average recording speed is 106, 7 MB / sec. While reading speed has not changed significantly, reaching 107.9 MB / sec.