The G-DRIVE ArmorATD USB 3.2 Gen 1 External Hard Drive from SanDisk Professional provides pro-grade durability for your photos, footage, and other important files, no matter if you’re out in the wild or back in the studio. Built with triple-layer shock resistance, which is made up of a durable rubber bumper, an anodized aluminum enclosure, and internal shock mounts, the G-DRIVE ArmorATD can withstand up to 1000 pounds of pressure and drops of up to 3.9′ on a carpeted concrete floor. It is also IP54-rated, which provides protection against rain, sand, and dust.
SanDisk Professional designed the G-DRIVE ArmorATD with a capacity and data transfer speeds of up to 140 MB/s. It is compatible with macOS 10.12 and later straight out of the box, as well as Apple’s Time Machine, and may be reformatted for use with Windows 10. To connect this drive to your host system, there is a USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-C interface on the drive, which is compatible with Thunderbolt 3. Power is provided through either the USB or Thunderbolt bus, meaning that no external power adapters are required. Included are USB Type-C to Type-C and USB Type-C to Type-A cables.
USB Type-C for Quick File Backups and Extra Storage
The versatile 5 Gb/s USB Type-C port provides versatile plug-and-play storage and backup that may be used with Thunderbolt 3 ports.
Strength You Can Feel
The G-DRIVE ArmorATD helps shield your photos, footage, and files from accidental drops of up to 3.9′ on a carpeted concrete floor with a premium aluminum enclosure, internal shock mounts, and an easy-grip rubber bumper for durability you can trust.
Built for the Wild
With an IP54 rain/dust rating and crush resistance of up to 1000 pounds, your critical content can brave the elements on the way to your next destination.
Room for Adventure
With a capacity of 1TB, the G-DRIVE ArmorATD is a rugged, portable hard drive that gives you plenty of room to expand your laptop’s storage or back up your photos, footage, and files.
Ready to Go with Mac
Works right out of the box with macOS 10.12 and later, plus Windows 10 after a simple reformat.