Summary: Great drive - my only reason for not giving five stars is because the cord is not hard-wired into the drive. You have to plug it in and unplug to transport. Not a big deal as long as it doesn't wear out with extended use.
Summary: Nice looking disk, really fast transferring rate as one would expect for USB 3.0, the wrap around cable system is great for carrying the disk around but it would be great if it also came with a much longer 3.0 USB cable since some desktop computers do not have 3.0 USB port in the front. In general one of the best data storage options that meets with price, looks and portability specifications.
Summary: I bought the Adata HD710 1 Tb six weeks ago as a backup for all my pictures and documents. It has performed faultlessly. I have had no reason to test its military grade - but I am clumsy, so it may be helpful. My only complaint is the poor cable connection. It doesn't feel strong. Anybody buying this should remember it is just a harddrive, with the usual moving parts. So it will not last forever.
Summary: This thing worked flawlessly for me on a recent trip to very dusty Africa where I used it nightly for backing up mass quantities of photos. The on-board stowage of the chord is GREAT. The only reason I don't give it 5 stars is because I also had along a similar spec hard drive made by Lacie (the orange and silver one), which I'd say just felt more reliable: the casing on the Lacie feels rock solid, whereas this one feels like it is just snapped onto the outside of an...