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ADATA S596 Turbo SSD promises 260MB/s read rate

ADATA S596 Turbo SSD promises 260MB/s read rate

Not all SSDs are created equal, and ADATA reckon their new S596 Turbo pulls ahead of the crowd by virtue of it being the first to use the JMicron JMF616 controller.  That, they reckon, is good for faster data transfer speeds and improved reliability: up to 260MB/s read rates and up to 210MB/s write rates.

Four capacities will be available initially - 32GB, 64GB, 128GB and 256GB - with each supporting the Windows 7 TRIM command, for reduced boot times, and, at the controller level, static wear-leveling technology.

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A-DATA unveils speedy S596 SSD

A-DATA unveils speedy S596 SSD

We all know that one of the main benefits of an SSD is that it allows your computer to boot much faster than using a traditional HDD. The SSD also allows users to access their apps faster as well. A-DATA has unveiled a new SSD that it claims to be the industry's fastest called the S596.

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A-DATA Turbo Class10 16GB SDHC announced

A-DATA Turbo Class10 16GB SDHC announced

A-DATA have announced their latest SDHC card, the Turbo Series Class 10 offering up to 22MBps transfer rates with devices that support the SD v3.0 standard.  The 16GB SDHC card is intended for DSLR and HD video users, and promises 1920 x 1080 HD support and burst sequential shot support.

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64GB Xupreme flash drive is 1st compatible with Windows 7 claim A-DATA

64GB Xupreme flash drive is 1st compatible with Windows 7 claim A-DATA

A-DATA have unveiled what they're calling "the first flash drive compatible with Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit)", though as far as we've heard there haven't been many reported problems with existing drives and the Windows 7 RC.  Still, if you're looking for up to 64GB of portable storage then the A-DATA XPG Xupreme may be the drive of your dreams.

 

A-DATA 512GB SSD with mini-USB & shaky claims

A-DATA 512GB SSD with mini-USB & shaky claims

A-DATA have unveiled what they're saying is the highest-capacity SSD to-date at CeBIT this week, in the shape of the A-DATA 512GB XPG 2.5-inch SSD.  The SATA-II drive supports read and write speeds of 230MB/s and 160MB/s respectively.  Problem is, they're not the only company with such a claim; SlashGear tracked down A-DATA to find out what makes the 512GB XPG different.

 

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