Adata introduces external SSD with fancy RGB lighting

ADATA has presented an external SSD that could meet with a lot of approval from the masses. With the SE900G RGB, the storage experts launch an external storage medium that does not have to hide behind the competition at all, not only thanks to the integrated lighting.

Stands out from the crowd

We can see RGB lighting on pretty much every PC accessory by now. However, the pretty color play has a certain rarity factor in external SSDs. Accordingly, ADATA wants to show off its upcoming SE900G RGB with a unique design. The front of the small solid state drive consists of 74 percent light units. Thus, you immediately notice what this SSD was made for: Gaming fans.

ADATA’s RGB SSD could also be ideal for owners of current consoles

After all, it fits in perfectly with existing components with RGB. But ADATA also seems to have a lot up its sleeve here with performance. Thanks to speeds of up to 2,000 MB/s, it offers optimal conditions for gamers. Thus, it is an impressive 25 times faster than a classic magnetic hard drive. The linchpin for data transfer is the USB 3.2 Gen2x2 port of the external storage medium.

Suitable for almost everyone

With the SE900G RGB, ADATA brings an external SSD that is compatible with all major operating systems. In addition to Windows, macOS and Android are also supported. Certainly, owners of the Xbox Series X or PlayStation 5 will also be able to find a suitable external SSD with ADATA’s new addition, which offers space for the big next-gen games. After all, the installed SSDs come with comparatively little storage space. You can choose between 512 GB, 1 TB and 2 TB for the upcoming ADATA SSD.

Price and availability

Officially, ADATA has not yet commented on a release date in Germany. We can also only guess at the price so far. However, we will keep you up to date in this regard.

Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Bad Segeberg.

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