Computex 2009 is just around the corner, which means lots of new notebooks and obviously, lots of new storage options. A-DATA
is getting a leg-up on everyone else by announcing that it will be on hand in Taiwan to introduce its high-performance memory modules, the highest speed CompactFlash (CF) cards in the industry, new SSD products, trendy portable hard drives and a new family of USB flash drives.
Among the new products that the company will bring are XPG Overclocking Series memory modules: DDR3 2133X and DDR3 1866X. Additionally, it will feature the Intel-sourced A-DATA X25-M SSD, the high performance XPG Series SX94 SSD
(with capacities up to 512GB) and the SATA II SSD S592 with performance up to 230/170MB per second in read/write speed. On the portable storage front, it will present a 32GB CompactFlash card with a 600X speed rating, which should be plenty for those future DSLRs that capture pure 1080p video. Lastly, it will haul in a number of unique new flash drives, including a few themed after Mickey and Minnie Mouse -- wonder if Disney knows?