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Considerably faster than USB 2. Posted by DR – Wed 18 Jan Factor in the lifetime warranty, and there’s little reason not to recommend the S as an affordable Wdata 3. A useful idea, but the cap itself could be better. Its annoyingly easy to fill 16GB these days.
ADATA Superior Series S Specs – CNET
The overall asata and feel of the device is pretty nice, too. And that’s a good thing, for USB 3. Posted by Lee H – Wed 18 Jan When was the last time you upgraded your PC? If any company representatives for the products reviewed choose to respond, we’ll publish their commentary here verbatim.
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Im always losing my Corsair cap because there is no where to put it during use so this should hopefully solve that. The S, pictured above and available in your choice of red or blue, is, in many ways, a lot like any other pen drive. Painting more of a real-world xdata, AS SSD’s file copy adwta simulates three common usage scenarios; ISO where few large files are copied to the driveProgram where many small files are copied to the driveand Game where a mix of small and large files are copied to the drive.
ADATA S Superior USB flash drive review – Introduction
All right, so that’s roughly double the price of an equivalent USB 2. And, if you’re prone to misplacing your pen drive’s caps, you may appreciate the fact that the Adaha lid can be stowed in the loop at the back of the drive.
The light-blue styling and rubber shell provides a sporty feel, as well as a shockproof rating that ADATA tells us is in line with U. We found the fit to be a little on the loose side, and the cap – on our sample, at least – flies off when you adqta the drive violently.
It’s a robust little drive, and one that should survive an accidental run through the washing machine – our 16GB sample certainly didn’t mind being submerged under water for 15 minutes. As a consequence, it doesn’t feel quite as robust as Corsair’s near-identically priced Flash Voyager, but it’s more than a match in the performance stakes.
But is USB 3. The numbers are practically in line with the manufacturer’s quoted specification, and almost 30 per cent quicker than Corsair’s equivalent Flash Voyager. Some of the industry’s biggest names are continuing to drag their heels in adopting the SuperSpeed USB 3.
It’s compact, measuring