Fast portable storage is something that more and more people are starting to need. With file sizes of photos, video, and other content getting bigger we want fast storage to not only transfer these files between PCs, but to also view and work on large files or projects. Trying to work in Adobe Premiere with 4K content on a normal hard drive is not fun at all. That is where portable solid state drives come in, they are small and compact, as well as offer some serious transfer speeds. Today we are checking out the ADATA SE730H, which comes in capacities up to 512GB and offers transfer speeds of up to 500 MB/s. On top of that you have IP68 dust and waterproofing as well as military-grade shock proofing. Let’s see if this is the perfect drive for all of the content creators on the go.
Special thanks to ADATA for providing us with the SE730H External Solid State Drive to review.
The SE730H external solid state drive comes in ADATA’s retail packaging, which has a little window in the front so we can see the drive. The packaging tout’s the drive’s 3D NAND and lets us know the capacity, which is 256 GB.
Flipping the package over to the back we have our list of specifications, system requirements, and package contents. These are in a few different languages.
Getting everything out of the retail package we find the SE730H external solid state drive, USB 3.1 Gen 2 (Type-C) cable, and a quick start guide. It is sort of odd that a Type-C to Type-A cable was not included as well.