A-DATA DashDrive Elite HE720 Pro Reviews
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A-DATA DashDrive Elite HE720 Reviews5
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"The ADATA DashDrive Elite HE720 is an attractive solution to anyone who needs to transfer large files in a convenient, portable form factor."
"Bottom line, if you’re after a compact external drive that can withstand the battles of day-to-day use and still look brand new at the end of it, the DashDrive Elite easily gets my favoured choice, especially for the price."
"A down-to-earth device that looks good and performs well."
"The ADATA DashDrive Elite HE720 is a thin, lightweight, ultra-portable external hard drive in an attractive, brushed-steel and mirrored enclosure. Roughly the same size as a modern smartphone, the DashDrive Elite easily fits into a pocket or briefcase and the single USB 3.0 cable provides fast access and simple hookup with no extra power cord to worry with. The included ADATASync software is easy to setup and gives full control over which drives, files and/or folders to copy, as well as whether to backup manually, on a schedule or to stay in continuous sync. ADATA stands behind the DashDrive Elite with a three year warranty."
"When it comes down to it ADATA has a very solid product in the DashDrive Elite HE720 Portable Hard Drive. First lets talk about speed, gone are the days of slow USB 2.0 drives. Now that USB 3.0 is becoming more standard almost all new external hard drives have USB 3.0 connectivity. Having USB 3.0 with this drive means you are going to see around a 3x speed increase. That means your file transfers are going to go much faster. Now under the hood is a traditional hard drive not a solid state drive so there is a bottleneck there, but most users will not even notice it. If ADATA would have went with a solid state drive this drive would not be 500GB and would not be at the price point it is currently at."