Thursday, June 17th 2010

A-Data Releases N005 USB 3.0 Flash Drive

ADATA Technology, the world leader in DRAM modules and flash memory products today unveiled its supreme-generation N005. Adopting SuperSpeed USB 3.0 technology to achieve ultra-speedy read/write performance, N005 is designed to complement the modern lifestyle and to make data access much more efficiently with its powerful USB 3.0 connectivity.

Leading the industry in innovation and design, ADATA completes its USB 3.0 solution lineup with the introduction of this new USB 3.0 flash drive. N005 is perfectly positioned to fulfill the growing need for faster data transfer in personal portable storage for every-day computing. It takes advantage of the enhanced bandwidth of USB 3.0 and delivers transfer speed up to 85 MB/s based on real-world tests, outperforming the conventional USB 2.0 by nearly 300%.
Design-wise, N005 comes with a sleek aluminum body stylishly coated in sliver-gray, bringing out the quality and the elegance that best suit the young urban professionals nowadays. The snap-on cap design at the rear end of the drive is thoughtfully included to prevent lost cap. Available in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB, N005 is the smart choice of high-capacity personal portable storage ideal for accessing and sharing huge files on the go.

Users can also take full advantage of ADATA's free-download value-add software, including UFDtoGO, OStoGO and the latest Norton Internet Security 2010 (60-day trial) to enhance both mobility and security of their ADATA USB flash drives with just few easy mouse clicks away. N005 is backed by lifetime product warranty.
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7 Comments on A-Data Releases N005 USB 3.0 Flash Drive

Dear entire flash drive industry...

Welcome to 2 years ago... At least you made it.
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Useless. Apart from USB 3.0 bus, just another USB key. Why don't all vendors provide more mini and nano USB drives? Who cares about these fat drives. I want smaller drives like DeLock Nano or A-DATA C902. That's what i want, not loads of yet another generic USB drives.
I mean those that i want are smaller, harder to break while plugged in, more practical to use in notebooks, netbooks and car hi-fi...
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I brought it at $92 a month ago, and send to repair since it keep having write error in USB 3.0 mode,

It have been weeks, and it is so bad that it is $85 at the store now. ...

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About time really, hey with USB 3.0 ready-boost might actually be useful for laptop users now!

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well, they took 1 month to send me a 4GB USB instead. I am really mad of it.
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