It is without a doubt that Adata is not the first name you will think of when looking for an SSD.  However, this product from a Taiwanese company has a lot to offer in terms of SATA, PCle and external categories to mention a few. What makes Adata SD600Q a product worth relying upon is the fact that it is one of the most affordable models available in the market now.   In fact, it will only cost you Rs.3, 300 before you can finally lay your hands on the 240GB version.

Taking a close look at most SSDs in the market, you will realize they tend to be slim and stylish with discrete designs whose main intention is to highlight how small and portable they are. This is something you should not expect from Adata SD600Q as it comes with abigger square body. In terms of color, the device is available in black, red or blue apart from the 960GB version, which only comes in black.

To make it look tough, the company behind it have included fake plastic rivers together with a wraparound design. Unfortunately, the plastic design does not make it feel high quality as it has a rough and uneven finishing. The good news is that Adata SD600Q SD is encased in silicone to absorb shocks. Actually, the SSD will survive falls from 1.22m while at the same time meeting the MIL-STD-810G standard for toughness. This is quite fascinating since only a handful of SSDs can be able to achieve this.

One of the most notable features of Adata SD600Q is its old-fashioned Micro-USB 3.0 port and cable.  This is similar to the one you will see on an external hard drive. Therefore, you must check the orientation of the cable every time you want to plug it in to the SSD. Luckily, you will get a cable box and still reuse the cables from your hard drives. To lay your hands on the Adata SD600Q SSD, you can pay a visit to online stores before making a purchase.