ADATA ASE730-250GU31-CGD price in Malaysia & Specs for November, 2018

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ADATA ASE730-250GU31-CGD Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelASE730
DateAug 2016
Ports & interfaces
USB connectorUSB Type-C
USB version3.1 (3.1 Gen 2)
Weight & dimensions
Width44 mm
Depth72.7 mm
Height12.2 mm
Weight33 g
Design
Colour of productGold
Protection featuresDust resistant, Water resistant
RoHS complianceYes
Performance
Solid-state drive capacity250 GB
Read speed550 MB/s
Write speed450 MB/s
Memory typeMLC

Reviews of ADATA ASE730-250GU31-CGD

pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2018-08-24
Spiffy look, Pocket-size, all-metal shell, USB Type-C interface at both ends of cable, Fast performance, Resists water, dirt, and dust
Storage space tops out at 512GB, Not appreciably faster than USB 3,1 Gen 1 external SSDs
Rugged, portable, and trendy, external solid-state drives (SSDs) are the obvious path these days to netting fast extra storage for your PC or Mac. And although it's not nearly the household name that SSD giant Samsung is, ADATA offers external drives that...
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thinkcomputers.org
Reviewed on 2017-10-31
Small and compact, Very fast, IP68 dust and waterproof, Military-grade shockproof
Only comes with a Type-C cable, Waterproofing only works when compartment is closed
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 fil...
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storagereview.com
Reviewed on 2017-09-15
Excellent performance, Solid metal build with a slick design, Unique cover seal protects against the elements
Water-proof capabilities depends on side cover
ADATA has released the SE730H, the company's most compact portable SSD to date. Improved in every way over previous drives, the SE730H is a high-performing portable drive that now leverages 3D TLC NAND. In total, this allows for lower cost per gigabyte, m...
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techspot.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-22
Compact enclosure that's water/dust/shockproof. Strong single large file download speeds.
A bit slower, pricier and cheaper feeling than Samsung's T3, which also comes in more capacities.
"An external SSD that can beat Samsung T3," read the title of an email that I recently received. Curious, of course, I investigated further to find that ADATA was behind the bold claim. Its purported 'T3 destroyer' was also the smallest external SSD you c...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-16
Incredibly lightweight and compact, Dust-, water-, and shockproof, Can be used with phones and tablets, Reasonable price
Slow transfer rates over USB 3,0 for an SSD, USB cable catches on port cover's lip, USB-C–to–USB-C cable not included
To delete, or not to delete? Thanks to external drives, this has been an obsolete question for some time. These days the real conundrum is deciding which one best fits your needs and budget. The Adata SE730 External SSD ($149.99) packs 250GB of storage in...
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thessdreview.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-06
The same can be said of portable storage, and where just yesterday larger external hard drives were the norm, today we have pocket SSDs that have amazing capacity, and are about the size of an open SD card case. Our report today examines the ADATA SE730 4...
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anandtech.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-04
We have seen rapid developments in flash technology over the last few years. Performance has been going up at one end (with various new options for interfacing with the host), but, the costs have also been driven down at the other end of the spectrum. The...
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tweaktown.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-18
Portable SSDs are rather plentiful in the market with many vendors taking part, but the cost of these solutions hasn't reflected the near 0.50 cent per GB the market has been at for a while now.We last looked at portable solutions from ADATA at the beginn...
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tweaktown.com
Reviewed on 2015-06-02
Since the release of USB, it has been the most universally accepted methods of connecting devices ever, and not just for PCs. Nearly every modern device has some sort of USB port to allow connectivity of that device. With the launch of USB 3.0 in 2010, pe...
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