Tuesday, December 9th 2014

ADATA Clicks Off a Stylish New UC340 USB 3.0 Flash Drive

ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM memory modules and NAND Flash applications, launches a new UC340 USB flash drive. The Choice UC340 flash drive features trim geometric lines and a clean glossy finish. Carry it on a neck strap, purse, or key chain. With SuperSpeed USB 3.0 connectivity, you can transfer anywhere between 16GB to 256GB of audio, video and data files in just a few moments. Just push-to-click the colored head to extend the USB connector. Push again to retract it. Simple, stylish, practical. Click into your style with ADATA's UC340 flash drive.

The UC340 is a work of utterly elegant geometry. Multiple black triangular facets on its casing complement a brilliantly colored translucent body. Not a mere storage drive, it embodies the best in performance and quality within the classic lines of fashion. Simply click the USB head to extend and retract the connector quickly and easily. With no end cap to hassle with or lose, the UC340 is both convenient and easy-to-use. An amply large triangular lanyard hole matches the US340's classy geometric design. Carry it on a key ring. Wear it on a neck strap or bracelet.
Quick & Practical
The UC340 comes in sizes ranging from 16GB to 256GB, and features the USB 3.0 high-performance SuperSpeed transmission standard. With read and write speeds up to 200/120 MB/s, enjoy quick transfer speeds that reduce the time you need to move your video, audio and document files. With ADATA's Choice UC340 flash drive, you can experience an elegant balance of style and utmost practicality. Additionally, purchasers of USB flash drives are entitled to download ADATA's free "UFDtoGO" and "OStoGO" software as well as enjoy a lifetime warranty backing up great mobility and convenience.
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3 Comments on ADATA Clicks Off a Stylish New UC340 USB 3.0 Flash Drive

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lZKoce
Don't know about the design, but I can express some geniune concern about the longevity of the drive. I have an ADATA msata drive and I am pretty happy with it. However, I have also one of their USB 3.0 sticks and it died after a week of use. They give 9 years warranty to resellers here, but the reseller gives me about 2-3 years warranty on USB stick. I am RMA-ing mine this week. Still though, not very pleased since I lost some short-term information I can't restore.
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Blue-Knight
lZKoce
Still though, not very pleased since I lost some short-term information I can't restore.
That's the problem with flash drives, they die suddenly.

You can't trust in them to store important data, even for a few seconds. No matter what the manufacturer says, do not trust.

The warranty won't give you important, unrecoverable data back.

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I say the same for SSDs since they are based on the same thing.
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