Product on Review: HS2 Series
Manufacturer and Sponsor: Hyundai
Street Price: £121.99 @ Box (At time of review)
Hyundai are more commonly known for their expertise in the automobile market but they are also no stranger to consumer technology products too. Having delved into storage products in the past, Hyundai are now pursuing external SSD storage in a bid to bring super-fast transfer speeds for portable data storage.
HS2 is an external SSD which utilises the USB 3.0 interface. Within the range, an assortment of colours are available and a selection of model capacities including: 60GB, 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, 750GB, 1TB. Today we will be taking a look at the 128GB version to discover how this new USB 3.0 SSD compares to a conventional USB 3.0 drive and SATA 3 SSD.
Hyundai on their HS2
Introducing a new breed of eternal storage – the Hyundai HS2 Series State Solid Drive has evolved offering on the go speed and power. Benefit from faster access to your files, along with the more robust nature of SSD, making the HS2 more resilient against vibration and shock, an essential addition to your modern day survival kit. User friendly, the exterior case is sleek and slim-line. The light indicator glows blue when connected to USB3 and white when connected to USB2.