ADATA has revealed the DashDrive Elite HE720 portable external hard drive and they claim that it's the thinnest ever made.
Measuring only 8.9 mm thick and weighing just 0.36 pounds, the DashDrive Elite HE720 is not only thin and light, but also looks quite elegant with a metal-brushed finish that most fashion-conscious tech buffs should find appealing.
The drive has a capacity of 500 GB, which is enough for roughly 100 DVD movies as well a large quantity of digital photographs and music. Although it's built to connect to computers via USB 3.0, it's also backwards compatible with USB 2.0 so no need to worry if your machine is slightly outdated.
The DashDrive Elite HE720 external hard drive functions with Mac, Windows and Linux machines.
The DashDrive Elite HE720 is a Sleek Storage Device
1. Ultra-thin Drive Storage - There is a growing trend for ultra-thin and lightweight portable external hard drives, offering a sleeker and more fashionable design.
2. Backward Compatibility - Products that offer backward compatibility with older technology are becoming more important as consumers hold onto their devices longer and need them to function with new products.
3. Cross-platform Functionality - External hard drives that work on multiple operating systems will become increasingly popular as people routinely use different devices both at home and work.
1. Consumer Electronics - Manufacturers of consumer electronics can invest in creating ultra-thin portable hard drives to meet the growing demand for sleek and fashionable technology products.
2. Computer Hardware - Companies in the computer hardware space can invest in developing backward compatibility technology to increase the useful life of their products and appeal to consumers who don't want to frequently upgrade hardware.
3. Data Storage - The data storage industry can focus on creating products that function seamlessly across multiple operating systems to address the growing need for cross-platform compatibility and convenience.