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Transcend 2TB 2.5" USB 3.0 StoreJet Military Grade Shock Resistance Portable External Hard Drive
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|Data Transfer Rate||5,120 MB per second||5,120 MB per second||5,120 MB per second||600 MB per second||5,120 MB per second||625 MB per second|
|Hard Disk Rotational Speed||5,400 rpm||5,400 rpm||5,400 rpm||5,400 rpm||5,400 rpm||5,400 rpm|
|Hard Disk Size||2 TB||2 TB||2 TB||2,000 GB||2 TB||2 TB|
|Item Dimensions||8 x 13.11 x 2.49 cm||2.11 x 12.95 x 8.23 cm||8.2 x 14 x 2.3 cm||8.23 x 12.95 x 1.88 cm||8.75 x 13.4 x 1.86 cm||8.75 x 13.4 x 1.86 cm|
|Item Weight||227 grams||218 grams||250 grams||227 grams||181 grams||181 grams|
|Memory Storage Capacity||2 GB||2||2 TB||2 TB||2 TB||2 TB|
|Size||2 TB||2 TB||2 Tb||2TB||2TB||2 Tb|
|Special Feature||Alcance de temperatura operativa: 5 - 55 °C^Enchufar y usar^Indicadores LED^Tarjeta de garantía^USB suministro de corriente^Y||Operating temperature range:5 - 55 °C^Plug and Play^Security algorithms:256-bit AES^Shock resistant^USB powered^Warranty card^Yes||Hot Swap Function; BUS powered||—||Hot Swap Function; BUS powered||Hot Swap Function; BUS powered|
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The StoreJet 25H3P USB 3.0 portable hard drive combines the superior performance of USB 3.0, vast storage space, eye-catching enclosure, and a three-stage shock protection system that meets U.S. military drop-test standards. What else can you ask for?
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Transcend StoreJet 25H3
The ideal storage device.
- High-speed USB 3.0
- Military-grade shock resistance.
- Three-stage shock protection system.
- Internal hard drive suspension system.
- One touch auto-backup button.
High-speed USB 3.0
The StoreJet 25H3 USB 3.0 portable hard drive combines the high performance of USB 3.0, vast storage space, eye-catching enclosure and a three-stage shock protection system that meets U.S. military drop-test standards. What else can you ask for.
Military-Grade shock resistance
StoreJet 25H3 features a sophisticated three-stage shock protection system that's designed to meets U.S. Military’s drop test standards.
They've got it all
Silicone outer shell
StoreJet 25H3 is encased in a durable and vibration-absorbing silicone outer shell to fully protect the data stored in your drive.
Internal hard drive suspension system
StoreJet 25H3 has a built-in suspension system damper to withstand shocks.
Reinforced hard casing
In the case of dropping the device, the anti-shock casing prevents your drive from any damage.
Data management software
- Intelligent backup scheduling and multitasking.
- Restore data from any point in time.
- Real-time incremental backup.
- Powerful security with encrypted file compression.
- Convenient one touch auto-backup.
- Size 500 GB/1 TB: 131.8 mm × 80.8 mm × 19.0 mm
- Size 2 TB/3 TB: 131.8 mm × 80.8 mm × 24.5 mm
- Optimum voltage - USB DC 5 V
- Optimum temperature - 5 degrees Celsius ~ 55 degrees Celsius.
- Storage Media 2.5 inch SATA HDD.
- Weight 500 GB/1 TB: 216 g
- Weight 2 TB/3 TB: 284 g
- Connection interface - USB 2.0/3.0
|StoreJet 25MC||StoreJet 25M3||StoreJet 25H3||StoreJet 25CK3 Upgrade Kit||StoreJet 100||StoreJet 25C3|
|Series||Rugged||Rugged||Rugged||Upgrade Kit||StoreJet for Mac||Luxury|
|Housing / Colour||Anti-shock Rubber / Grey||Anti-shock Rubber / Grey, Baby Blue||Anti-shock Rubber / Purple, Navy Blue||Anti-shock Rubber / Grey||Anti-shock Rubber / Silver Grey||Aluminium Alloy / Iron Grey|
|Interface||USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type C||USB 3.0||USB 3.0||USB 3.0||USB 3.0||USB 3.0|
|One Touch Backup||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||--|
|Capacity Range||1TB||500GB - 2TB||500GB - 4TB||The enclosure is suitable for 2.5 inch HDD or SSD up to 9.5 mm in height.||2TB||1TB - 2TB|
|Storage Media||2.5" SATA HDD||2.5" SATA HDD||2.5" SATA HDD||n/a||2.5" SATA HDD||2.5" SATA HDD|
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After placing the order, I noticed that the WD Elements equivalent (2TB) drive was 17GBP cheaper. I figured I'd go ahead and order the WD drive too, and return the Transcend drive to Amazon after it arrived. So, why am I leaving a review of a drive I presumably returned? Well, having the two drives side-by-side, I chose to keep the Transcend and send the WD drive back instead.
The WD drive is very neat. It's pretty much a square and is smaller than the Transcend drive but a little thicker. The WD's housing is nice enough to look at but feels very plasticky and rigid. It has 4 small, rubber feet on the bottom but really feels like it wouldn't handle bumps and knocks very well and there's not very much grip on the casing. Straight away, I felt that I'd be forced to handle it with much more care than the Transcend (more on that in a minute) and be worried about it slipping out of my hand whilst carrying it to and from the machine it was purchased to act as a backup for (and I didn't want to have to end up buying a soft case for it).
I can't attest to build quality, reliability or anything like that, as I've literally only had both drives for a couple of days. They both connect without any problems, both write at roughly the same speed in some tests I did (about 26-27MBps on USB2), both are formatted to NTFS (although oddly enough, I seem to remember the WD Elements 2TB drive actually showing up with very slightly more free space than the Transcend...maybe the cluster size is different. Anyway...
I'd not even opened the Transcend drive and was midway through boxing it up and processing the return when I figured I could at least just open it. As soon as I had it in my hand, I knew that I'd be keeping this drive instead of the WD Elements. The StoreJet has a really nice rubber casing and although it's physically a bit bigger than the WD Elements, it feels like it would physically be more sturdy and the grip provided by the rubber casing means that you won't constantly be worrying about dropping it. Interestingly enough, the Transcend drive's packaging doesn't appear to offer as much protection as the WD's packaging...that could tell you something about how delicate WD seem to think their drive might be. Also, the Transcend comes with a 3yr (albeit "limited") warranty, over the WD Element's 2yr.
They both come with software that most of us won't even use (although the version of WD's backup software is only a 30-day trial, whereas, Transcend's software seems to be fully functional) and both come with short USB3 cables. I prefer the cable that comes with the WD drive; it's longer and thinner (therefore, more flexible).
I don't doubt that the WD Elements drive is excellent, I just preferred the Transcend and think the extras (seemingly better protection, longer warranty, etc.) were worth the slightly extra price. I'll update this review in the coming months if I have any problems with it - if you're reading this and don't see an *** UPDATE ***, assume it's still going strong. :-)
The only thing that remains a mystery is the number of colours it comes in, each at a different price. Does colour matter to people that much? With military grade shock-resistance, a camouflage one would be nice.
The internal USB-SATA converter failed within a few days. The device is no longer recognised by several computers, even with an alternate USB cable.
The disk itself still works, so I've been able to retrieve the data from the disk by opening up the case (breaking the manufacturer seals), removing the disk and connecting it to a more reliable USB-SATA adapter.
If I hadn't needed the data, I'd have just sent the unit back to Amazon. As it is, I'll just have to eat the cost of the purchase, and look elsewhere for something more reliable.
The drive is very well protected, when it's working; it's fast and quiet.
But the connector on the drive end is next to useless.
It wobbles around and just does not feel secure.
Whilst transferring data, I moved the drive gently and the connection was lost, corrupting the file beyond repair.
Treating it with 'kid-gloves, has served OK for a while, but recently the same thing happened, and I didn't touch the drive, only brush against the cable. Because the plug sticks out so far from the drive when it is assembled, makes it vulnerable, and the need to keep plugging it in, because you can't store the drive in the pouch with the plug connected, it's loosened up.
what was wrong with the traditional square plug or even a female standard USB. Transcend have spoiled what was a good product, and all to make it a little bit slimmer.
Another issue I had was when I tried to connect the disk to a Samsung Tab S2 tablet. The disk wouldnt start. This is because the USB in the tablet has no enough power to turn on the disk. The solution was to plug the disk with an external cable to the USB in the wall.
Delighted with it and cant wait to bring it backpacking in my next trip.
Speed is about average
Goes to sleep when not in use
Fairly robust and durable
THE NOT SO GOOD
Occasionally cuts out when transferring large amount of data or files. (about 100Gbs or more)
is not military standard or robust for outdoor stuff.
OVERALL QUITE IMPRESS AND RELIABLE I WOULD RECOMMEND.
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