Friday, December 29th 2017

ADATA Releases the UV230 and UV330 USB Flash Drives

ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of highperformance DRAM modules, NAND Flash products, and mobile accessories today launchedthe UV230 and UV330 USB Flash drives, adding to its extensive range of portable storage devices. The UV230 works in USB 2.0 and is offered in up to 64GB, while the UV330 operates in much faster USB 3.1 and ships in up to 128GB. The two share a capless design where the connector extends and retracts using a quick-slide mechanism. ADATA remains committed to its USB Flash drive global leadership role and will continue releasing new models as market needs evolve.

From USB 2.0 to USB 3.1 5Gbps, ADATA recognizes demand for diverse USB Flash drives remains strong. Consumers want functionality, style, and ease of use as well as affordability. Hence ADATA delivers: from the entry-level UV230 to the vastly speedier UV330, and their many contemporaries in the ADATA catalog. From 16GB UV230s to 128GB UV330, just these two classic models cover much ground and offer a wealth of options for users that need to quickly save and move data.
Capless, quick-slide build for hassle-free mobility
ADATA designers have long preferred USB Flash drives with no cap, as with such a design there is less clutter and fewer parts to potentially misplace. The UV230 and UV330 are capless, with extended USB connectors that neatly protrude and retract into the main body of the drive using a slider that can be easily controlled with one finger. This intuitive design helps make the UV230 and UV330 extremely satisfying to use on the go.

Choice of vibrant color schemes
The UV230 arrives in black and blue, and the UV330 ships in black and red. With so many color options, consumers can make a more personal choice based on their preference.

Secure portage with strap hook
Like most ADATA USB Flash drives, the UV230 and UV330 have a dedicated hook for securing them to a strap, lanyard, keychain or other attachments. This further boosts their portability and reduces the chances of misplacing drives and losing valuable data.
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3 Comments on ADATA Releases the UV230 and UV330 USB Flash Drives

No mention of speeds means the USB 3.1 is there only for show.
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ShurikN said:
No mention of speeds means the USB 3.1 is there only for show.
Probably just as slow as any other cheap "USB 3.X" drives out on market.
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ShurikN said:
No mention of speeds means the USB 3.1 is there only for show.
I wouldn't be surprised if top of the line USB 2.0 drives are still faster than majority of cheap USB 3.0 ones. I still have prehistoric Lexal Lightning II 4GB which does 30MB/s in both directions and is now around 10 years old. Same for Patriot Xporter XT 2GB. This one is probably a year or two older than Lexar. Both still spectacularly fast USB drives.
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