My name is (Dongo?) of (onset.com?) and this is my desk right here.
It's small and wobbly and I like coffee and that's why I'm happy to show you this.
This is the Silicon Power Armor A80 Turbo drive.
Now the best thing about this is waterproof.
On the side here, you will see that it has a wireless thing, a USB port.
It has a rubber lid on it to keep water out and dust too.
I actually tried this one.
I put it in the kitchen sink overnight and it survived it.
The second special thing about the drive is, if you look closely at the port right here, it's the (AC main?) port.
Now unlike other, USB device, the AAT use a A-male to A-male cable.
Now the downside is it's hard to find this cable if you lose it.
The upside, you can use either end to the drive on the computer without having to fumble which one is which.
To make for that, it comes with a second cable right here on the side.
This cable (carry?) design make the drive even more portable and compact and you don't have to worry about the whereabouts of the cable.
Now apart from the fact that it's waterproof down to 3 feet, it's also drop proof from up to 4 feet high.
Also, it matter what's most important, the performance.
It's one of the fastest USB (??) drive I've reviewed.
(??) is 1 terabyte and it costs around $135.
There are also small capacity that is cheaper.
Once again, my name is (Dongo?) and this has been the first look at the rugged waterproof Armor A80 Turbo drive from Silicon Power