Silicon Power Armor A60 USB 3.0 Hard Drive Review

Silicon Power brings you a ruggedized portable hard drive with the Armor A60 drive. The Armor A60 is available in various capacities up to 2TB in size and is tested to the MIL-STD 810G (122cm) standard for the common issue of dropping the drive.

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The way Silicon Power has designed this drive is with additional casing, and a suspension system to absorb the shock of falls. This particular drive has also passed the IPX4 water resistance levels so you don’t need to worry about the drive if it happens to get wet in the rain. Connectivity for the drive uses a straight through USB 3.0 connection, what this allows for is transfers without bottlenecks.

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ironmac wade says:

we brothers Wade 😀

AlexeyDnepr says:

Better to take A60 (green) or A80 (Blue)?

Blank Reg says:

What kind of HDDs are inside it?

sina wasiq says:

Can any one shows how it survive the shock and water. Looks pretty amazing for me. Actually I bought one but now I am trying to get sure that this is the one I need.

The Chin says:


Luis Edward Cacho Rojas says:

estoy muy contento, desde que adquirí el armor a60 es eficiente en cuanto a su descripcion y resistenete, 🙂 🙂

wykedinsanity says:

would that survive an emp blast?? just wondering

Carlos Davis says:

Can I use this as an extension to my desktop hard drive

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