ADATA 2TB External Hard Drive for Mac, PC, PS4, Xbox
What’s both big and small, and keeps your data secure? Introducing the ADATA HV320 external HDD with up to 5TB of capacity, a slender 10.7mm* form factor, shock sensors, and E2E (End-to-End) Data Protection.
Carrying around lots of data has never been this hassle-free. Measuring in at just 10.7mm thick, the 1TB and 2TB HV320 slip easily into your back pocket.
The HV320’s front cover features an elegant hairline-brushed finish that is pleasing to the eyes and has a nice tactile feel. Combined with an understated glossy frame, this HDD is a real looker. The HV320 comes in your choice of black, white, or blue.
Plenty of Storage Space
In an age of 4K video and other high-resolution content, GBs just don’t cut it anymore. Luckily, the HV320 comes with up to 5TB of storage capacity.
Dropping or bumping an HDD can result in errors and bad sectors. The HV320 features shock sensors that notify you when impact or shaking has been detected with a red indicator light.
Your Data Is Safe with AES Encryption
AES 256-bit encryption keeps the data inside password-protected and away from prying eyes.
Proprietary HDDtoGO Data Management Software
|Capacity||1TB / 2TB / 4TB / 5TB|
|Color||Black / Blue / White|
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||1/2TB : 125.7 x 80.5 x 10.7mm / 4.94 x 3.16 x 0.42"
4/5TB : 125.7 x 80.5 x 19mm / 4.94 x 3.16 x 0.74"
|Weight||1/2TB : 180g / 6.3oz
4/5TB : 285g / 10.1oz
|Interface||USB 3.2 Gen1 (backward compatible with USB 2.0)|
|Operating Temperature||5–50°C / 41–121°F|
|Operating Voltage||DC 5V, 900mA|
|System requirements||Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10
Mac OS X 10.6 or later
Linux Kernel 2.6 or later
|Accessories||USB 3.2 Gen1 cable; Quick Start Guide|
|Note||1. HDDtoGo free software only compatible with Windows.
2. Compatibility with specific host devices may vary and could be affected by system environment.
3. Connecting via USB 2.0 requires plugging in to two USB ports for sufficient power delivery. A USB Y-cable will be needed.
4. Please note that USB 3.0, USB 3.1 Gen1, and USB 3.2 Gen1 are in fact the same specification and feature the same exact performance capabilities. The USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) recently rebranded USB 3.1 Gen1 to USB 3.2 Gen1. For more information about the change, please visit the USB-IF website at www.usb.org.