The packaging for the AS720 is completely different than I’m used to seeing SSDs come in. The box is an off white and on the cover they are sure to highlight that this is the world’s first dual-interface SSD in gold lettering. Up in the top right corner is the capacity of course. Then the main portion of the front has a drawing of the drive that lines up perfectly with the drive in the front window. The back of the box doesn’t have too much going on. They repeat the line “Standard 2.5” SSD (Solid State Drive) can easily replace HDD with no need for extra drivers” in ten different languages taking up the top portion. They list all of the OS’s that are supported. Then there is a graph showing the performance differences between an SSD and a hard drive, but I think by now most people know those.

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Inside the drive comes in a formed tray with a clear cover. There is also a small extra area in the tray that houses the small microfiber drawstring bag that the drive comes with. This is for when you are using the drive as a USB drive on the go. You can keep the USB cable inside as well as the drive.

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #38046 27 Jul 2016 20:10
Today I take a look at an odd SSD that actually has a USB 3.1 Type C connection in it as well.

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