The HD710 Pro takes external hard drive durability further. We test it to beyond IP68 dust and waterproof standards, plus make sure it passes military-grade shock proofing with triple-layered protective construction. This master of storage survival is your ally in keeping content safe whether your flavor is diving, hiking, biking, or simply taking a quick stroll.
Beyond IP68 to withstand the unexpected
ADATA external storage expertise results in a drive with total dust-tight protection and a submarine-like ability to survive water. The HD710 Pro is tested for 60 minutes in 2 meters of water - that's more than IEC IPX8 requirements! Prepare to dive? *Water protection applies in full only when the USB port cover is firmly closed.
Takes shocks like a true warrior with military-grade toughness
The HD710 Pro holds up against shocks, drops, and vibrations thanks to its extra-rugged triple-layered construction. We test it to US Army MIL-STD-810G 516.6, meaning it can easily take falls from 1.5 meters. Your data is safe, so feel free to go out there and take on more challenges.
Guarded by durable triple-layered construction
No matter what you store inside, the HD710 Pro's exterior delivers supreme protection. It has three primary layers coating it, from tough silicone, through a shock absorbing buffer, the tough plastic shell that's closest to the drive itself and holds it firmly in place.
Exclusive Shock vibration sensing technology
Lesser external drives keep trying to work even if they fall or encounter a shock, resulting in errors and bad sectors. The HD710 Pro features Shock sensors that immediately stop all drive activity if a shock is detected. Once vibrations fully end, activity resume. You're kept fully informed with a clear status indicator.
Dimensions (L x W x H)
- 133.3 x 98.5 x 26.7mm / 5.2 x 3.8 x 1.01"
- 390g / 13.7oz
- USB 3.1 (backward compatible with USB 2.0)
- Plastic/Anti-shock Silicone
- DC 5V, 900mA
- Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10
- Mac OS X 10.6 or later
- Linux Kernel 2.6 or later
- USB 3.1 cable, Quick Start Guide