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ADATA Introduces S102 Economical USB 3.0 Flash Drive

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  1. btarunr

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    ADATA Technology, the worldwide leading manufacturer in high-performance DRAM modules and NAND Flash application products, today introduced its new series USB 3.0 flash drives, available immediately.

    The new USB 3.0 standard interface is picking up speed among users and manufacturers. ADATA is listening to the requests of early adapters, who are eager to see this new standard incorporated into a wide range of products. This launch of the S102 USB 3.0 flash drive, which uses the native USB 3.0 controller chip, is ADATA’s competitively priced entry into this relatively new market segment. It provides consumers with a compelling reason to upgrade, and will likely cause more people to say an official goodbye to USB 2.0.

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    The (32GB) S102 has read speeds of up to 68 MB per second, and write speeds of up to 30MB, which is much more efficient than traditional USB 2.0 speeds. With nearly twice the read performance, of certain mainstream USB 2.0 devices, the S102 is ready to handle increasingly heavy media-rich personal data demands. The S102 is available in storage capacities from 8GB to 32GB, providing great value for a range of applications.

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    These companies need to work on their write speeds. My USB 2.0 16GB Patriot XporterXT writes better.
     
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    Now that's just mostly pointless :shadedshu
     
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    I won't be purchasing a USb 3.0 anything until Intel officially supports it, which I am hoping will be when Sandybridge drops.
     

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