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  1. The SE730H is also built to last' this tough little enclosure features IP68 dust and waterproofing (ADATA indicates it can withstand an hour in 1.5m of water), as well as military-spec shock proofing and MIL-STD-810G 516.6 impact resistance to protect against accidental drops. Using its USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10Gbps) interface via a reversible Type-C connector, ADATA quotes the SE730H to deliver 500MB/s for both read and write activity. ADATA SE730H Portable SSD Review
  2. The new R-Series SSD solution is a rugged portable device, as it has an International Protection Rating of 67 (IP67) for water and dust resistance as well as the ability to withstand up to a 3-meter drop on a carpeted concrete floor and 1000 lbs of pressure. Ranging in capacities up to 2TB, the new G-DRIVE mobile SSD R-Series is lightweight in design and can easily fit into a pocket. WD Announces New G-Technology G-DRIVE mobile SSD R-Series; New SDK for G-RACK 12
  3. While we didn't hit the WD posted performance of the My Passport SSD, we did see aggregate performance that puts the drive in a very favorable position at the head of the class. As professionals and consumers do more on the go, the portable SSD segment is going to rapidly grow in importance to vendors that deal in flash. WD is well positioned then with this effort not just in terms of performance, but in other elements like the software package for PCs they include and a design that is appealing. WD My Passport SSD Review
  4. The WD My Passport Pro suits the needs of creative professionals and enthusiasts alike who need to shuttle large volumes of data in the field. The abundant 4TB capacity certainly delivers on this goal and the Thunderbolt connectivity lets the drive flow seamlessly with existing workflows. WD My Passport Pro Review (4TB)
  5. The Brinell Drive SSD is a portable storage solution with industry-leading design for users seeking a unique high-end appearance blended with performance and rugged reliability. Brinell Drive SSD Review
  6. The LaCie Rugged USB 3.0 Thunderbolt is designed to give consumers the ultimate physical protection of their data against all kinds of threats. Not only is the Rugged beast of a device, it is arguably is one of the more affordable drives of its class and even includes a standard USB 3.0 cable as well as a Thunderbolt cable. The Rugged USB 3.0 2TB is also currently the highest capacity bus–powered storage solution on the market that uses Thunderbolt technology; the single connected cable can draw enough juice to power the drive from the host computer. The new 2TB model is essentially the same as its lower-capacity brethren performance-wise, quoting speeds of 110MB/s, while LaCie offers SSD models for those who need a higher transfer rate. LaCie Rugged USB 3.0 2TB Review
  7. LaCie, a Seagate company, has announced that its impressive Rugged USB 3.0 Thunderbolt Series hard drive is now available in a 2TB version, which is double the storage of its predecessor. The Rugged is built for heavy data users who require the complete mobility package and is the ideal companion to a new Mac or Ultrabook. LaCie's new Rugged ships with a Thunderbolt cable as well as a quick Install Guide and Complete Software Suite, which allows users to easily configure the device, password protect it, and set up automatic backups. LaCie Rugged USB 3.0 Thunderbolt Series 2TB HDD Version Now Available