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    Adata SD600 External SSD

    Up to 512GB of fast and nimble USB storage.
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    Re: Adata SD600 External SSD

    Hands up who wants to see Parm hit it with a hammer till it breaks?

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    Re: Adata SD600 External SSD

    Or use it as a brake pad until it's hammered.

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    Re: Adata SD600 External SSD

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    Hands up who wants to see Parm hit it with a hammer till it breaks?
    Tempting, but I'd be more inclined to see Parm test how drop resistant it truly is, given it is said to be "highly" so.

    With tests starting from short drops and possibly off a coffee table, to off a higher table, constantly increasing in height and progressing to out of a window a couple of floors up.

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    Re: Adata SD600 External SSD

    But... But... The cable isn't usb c!

    Where are all of the people that slam anything that doesn't have USB C? Surely they'd be annoyed that this isn't x or y?

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    Re: Adata SD600 External SSD

    Best of all, you can use it as a coaster!

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