2. The package
The HLDS UD10NS20 comes in a small box and will be available from Amazon.com shortly at the retail price of $79.99 (excluding tax). For now there is only one color, gray.
The retail box at the back includes all the needed logos and information for users.
Opening the box you will find the drive along with a printed manual and a long (60cm) USB-C to USB-C/A cable.
The main drive is very good protected and is slight bigger and heavier (144 x 152 x 14mm, 240gr) compared with a typical external optical storage drive (144 x 137.0 x 14mm, 200gr).
At the front there is only the UD Station logo, a green power indicator/eject button and the emergency removal hole.
At the top there is only the UDS logo
At the bottom area there are all the product specifications among with model number (UD10NS20) and serial number/manufacturing date
At the right side area, there are three ports, a micro SD/SDXC and two USB3.0 ports.
At the back there are also three ports, an HDMI 1.4 port, a USB 3.0 Type C (for Android Host) and another USB 2.0 Type C for Power Delivery (max 60Watt).
Concluding all the above information we can see the various ports of the UDS drive. The micro SD port is rated up to 104MB/sec, while the USB 3.0 port can go up to ~400Mb/sec, delivering good read I/O performance.