A-DATA SH93 Waterproof and Shock Resistant Portable HDD Video Review
We were first sent the SH93 320GB yellow waterproof and shock resistant portable HDD for video review two weeks ago or more, but on first attempt we managed to kill the device by getting a little too excited with it.
We are back with our second attempt, a little more educated and we like what we see.
The A-DATA SH93 is a portable hard drive coming in sizes of 320GB, 500GB and 640GB with design choices of racing car style yellow or red. It is built using highly durable rubber and plastic and is able to stand drops and incidents with water, as long as it is turned off and the USB cable lid is closed.
Interested by this? Hit the play button below to watch our video review as we take a close look and also run some benchmarks on the device.
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