Thursday, July 2nd 2009

A-DATA Unveils XPG Xupreme 200X Flash Drive

A-DATA Technology Co., Ltd., a worldwide leading manufacturer in high-performance DRAM modules and Flash application products, today introduced its new 64 GB capacity XPG Xupreme 200X flash drive, which is the first flash drive compatible with Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit). Coated with an elegant dark grey aluminum color, the XPG Xupreme 200X flash drive presents the high-performance USB flash drive in a simple yet stylish design of XPG product line. It offers capacity from 8GB to incredible 64GB, and supports up to 30MB/s (200X) read speed.

The XPG Xupreme 200X flash drive also certified for Windows Vist and Windows ReadyBoost, offering the high performance advantages to this operation system. Moreover, the XPG Xupreme 200X flash drive also comes with a practical leather strap and provides true "Plug and Play" function to make your storage utilization more convenient.
With the capacity up to 64GB, the XPG Xupreme 200X flash drive is the perfect blend of high performance and simple flash drive to improve your digital lifestyle, and maximize your storage.

Features:
  • High Performance up to 30 MB/sec read speed
  • Compatible with Microsoft Windows 7
  • Certified for Microsoft Windows Vista
  • Support Windows ReadyBoost
  • Support USB 2.0, backward compatible with USB 1.1
  • Dashing, durable, lightweight Aluminum casing
  • Hot Plug and Play
  • Color: Dark metallic grey
Specification:
  • Capacity: 8GB/16GB/32GB/64GB
  • Dimension: 66.0*19.0*10.0 mm (LxWxH)
  • Weight: 15g
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13 Comments on A-DATA Unveils XPG Xupreme 200X Flash Drive

#1
Mussels
Moderprator
first flash drive compatible with windows 7?

oh god, i want to vomit.
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#2
Wile E
Power User
Mussels said:
first flash drive compatible with windows 7?

oh god, i want to vomit.
Exactly what I was thinking. Not to mention USB 1.1 compatibility.
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#3
Mussels
Moderprator
Wile E said:
Exactly what I was thinking. Not to mention USB 1.1 compatibility.
watch out, its plug and play.


BTA: does it hurt you, to have to post such bad news? i mean sure, you arent the one making this crap up, but i'd have trouble posting something like this without smartass comments.
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#4
ZoneDymo
Could one install his OS on here and use it from there instead of the HDD he uses to store stuff?
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#5
Mussels
Moderprator
btarunr said:
Nobody is forcing you to. Move along.
we can end that line of discussion now - i probably shouldnt have asked the question anyway.
it just... hurts.

For the hell of it, can you post that original title :)

ZoneDymo said:
Could one install his OS on here and use it from there instead of the HDD he uses to store stuff?
OS's dont like booting from USB very much. its got latency issues and a maxmimum speed of 30MB/s. not to mention that moving USB ports can change drive letters, so the OS may not like being used on a different port.
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#6
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
If a labeled press-release, with its obvious marketing hyperbole on a tech website can trip some people out so bad, I'm glad I'm so far away. Please discuss on the product the release wants to talk about.
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#7
BOSE
OMG... ReadyBoost performance! I so want it!!
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#8
A Cheese Danish
And here comes the start of the "Compatible with Windows 7" tags...:shadedshu
Not bad sizes...I'm sure the price will be somewhat ridiculous.
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#9
a_ump
supports readyboost haha, from what i saw in a review readyboost only makes a difference when you have 2gb of ram or less, and even then it was just 4gb and 2gb drives that showed notable improvement. 64gb of readyboost :laugh:, and what isn't compatible with windows 7? interested in the price though.
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#11
BetA
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hmmm, 30 mb/s not bad..
but whats the write speed?
why do they dont say that??:banghead:

^greetz^^:roll:
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#12
Easo
IMHO advertising is total fail... But 64 GB on other hand... hmmm
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