Drop Tested 2 TB USB 3.0 H3 Ext Hard Drive

December 12, 2017 - Comment

Drop Tested 2 TB USB 3.0 H3 Ext Hard Drive Drop Tested 2 TB USB 3.0 H3 Ext Hard Drive The StoreJet 25H3 USB 3.0 portable hard drive combines the superior performance of USB 3.0, vast storage space, eye-catching enclosure, and a three-stage shock protection system that meets U.S. Military drop-test standards. What else can

Drop Tested 2 TB USB 3.0 H3 Ext Hard Drive

Drop Tested 2 TB USB 3.0 H3 Ext Hard Drive

The StoreJet 25H3 USB 3.0 portable hard drive combines the superior performance of USB 3.0, vast storage space, eye-catching enclosure, and a three-stage shock protection system that meets U.S. Military drop-test standards. What else can you ask for?

Product Features

  • Store and backup your data with a Transcend hard drive
  • For Mac compatibility this Hard Drive requires reformatting. Refer to Application Guide for guidance on this. Super Speed USB 3.0 compliant and backwards compatible with USB 2.0
  • Military-grade shock resistance, Advanced 3-stage shock protection system
  • Easy Plug and Play operation no drivers required. Desktop or notebook computer with a USB port and one of the following operating systems:Microsoft Windows 7,Microsoft Windows 8,Microsoft Windows 8.1,Microsoft Windows 10,Mac OS X 10.7 or later,Linux Kernel 2.6.31 or later
  • Connection bandwidth up to 5Gbits per second. Exclusive Transcend Elite data management software Included. One Touch Auto-Backup button. USB powered, no external adapter necessary

Comments

Agatha Coronado says:

Fast drive, works with Linux out of the box Last week I received, and fell in love with, the . So I decided to order another Transcend drive that I can alternate with the first for backing up files, and I ordered this drive. It arrived today, and I’m as pleased with it as I am with the other one. 

Vyse2k3 says:

Built tough and delivers what’s expected With my ever growing family of devices, I needed a new external hard drive with a decent capacity. I searched through the available options figuring I’d probably go for a Western Digital, but I saw this Transcend model which was about the same cost as standard devices but was built tougher. In a household with several young children, military drop tested hard drives are a major plus. I’d owned plenty of Transcend media products in the past, but never a hard drive. 

pippalou says:

Durable, Reliable I already had two 1 TB Transcend hard drives, so when I needed even more storage space, I went directly to Transcend. They make compact external hard drives that are tested for durability. For someone with definite klutzy tendencies (I’m raising my hand here), the durability part is a big sell. The prices aren’t cheap, and may be a bit more than some other brands, but for me, it’s worth it. Other brands of hard drives I’ve had have gone bad very suddenly and very completely, and my Transcend drives have been reliable for years. At this point, it’s the only brand of hard drive that I buy.

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