New Delhi, India, November 5, 2015: ADATA Technology has launched the HM900 external hard drive, which is available in up to 6TB. The HM900 offers convenient content backup, playback, and management, contained in a highly durable product. TurboHDD technology maximizes USB 3.0 bandwidth for fast data transfers, while 256-bit AES encryption ensures robust security. In a time when large Ultra HD video and high bitrate audio are increasingly popular, spacious media-focused external drives such as the HM900 are a must for entertainment enthusiasts.
ADATA offers the self-powered HM900 in 2TB, 3TB, 4TB, and 6TB to suit different budgets and needs. All provide ample room for large multimedia files and virtually every other type of content, from documents and photos to music and Ultra HD 4K video.
The HM900 boasts a dedicated one-touch backup button that allows for near instant transfer of selected files from a source device to the drive. It also supports simultaneous video recording and playback, making it eminently easy to enjoy content without missing out on other experiences. For example, users can playback a previously-recorded sports event while recording a favorite TV show in the background. The HM900 supports scheduled backup, auto backup, and multiple-device content sync, all via a user friendly interface.
Embedded sensors protect data against corruption in the event of the drive sustaining a shock due to sudden movement or a fall. Should this occur, the HM900 stops drive spin activity to safeguard data. When the shock subsides, drive operation auto resumes. Users are kept fully informed via clear LED indicators. For data privacy and security, the HM900 uses 256-bit AES encryption, staying on guard against malicious intrusion and accidental data exposure.
Leveraging USB 3.0 throughput to its fullest, the HM900 moves large multimedia content rapidly with TurboHDD acceleration built-in. The technology cuts down wait times while data migrates, and drastically reduces loading times when opening applications, games, and other content.
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