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Who doesn’t like snappier performance in an SD card? ADATA announced the Premier Pro SDHC and SDXC cards, which are packing performancing-enhancing Ultra High Speed I (UHS-I) technology. Designed especially for professional photographers who also need more capacity and faster performance, the Premier Pro SDHC and SDXC cards boast read/write speeds of up to 95/45MB/s and are X-ray proof and can handle extreme temperatures. They also feature error correcting code (ECC) and write-switch protection and come in capacities of 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB. The cards come with a lifetime warranty and will be available soon in the U.S. and Canada. ADATA Launches Premier Pro SDHC & SDXC Cards Featuring... Read more...
ADATA announced two new memory kits in its XPG Xtreme Series designed for high performance, long life, and overclocking capabilities. Available in capacities of 8GB (4GB x 2) and 16GB (8GB x 2), the dual-channel DDR3-2133X kits boast 34.1GB of predicted bandwidth per second and sport operating voltages of 1.65V with 10-11-11-30 latency settings. They also support Intel XMP profiles (v.1.3) and are compatible with Intel’s P67, X79, Z68, Z75, and Z77 platforms. The 8GB kit will run you $89.99, and the 16GB kit costs $189.99. ADATA Adds to XPG Xtreme Series with the Introduction of DDR3-2133X 8GB and 16GB Dual Channel Kits The Latest Surge in Reliability and Performance to Satisfy Gamers’... Read more...
ADATA is making preparations for the upcoming Computex convention in Taiwan next month but found time to make what could be its last product announcement before then. Launching today is ADATA's new Premier Pro SP900 and Premier SP800 solid state drive (SSD) families with new optimized firmware, both of which are available in the U.S. and just north of the border. Starting at the top, the Premier Pro SP900 is available in 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB capacities. These drives boast SATA 6Gbps interfaces and offer read/write speeds of up to 550/520MB per second, along with maximum random 4K write speeds of 85,000 IOPS. For those with more modest needs, the SATA 3Gbps-based Premier SP800 comes in 32GB... Read more...
On the basketball court, New York Knickerbocker Jeremy Lin is known for his speed, dishing out assists, and his ability to flash to the basket. Off the court, memory maker ADATA wants Jeremy Lin to tap into those same skill sets as he joins an all-star cast of NBA player themed USB flash drives. Jeremy Lin is the newest addition to ADATA's officially licensed NBA flash drives and he'll be expected to assist Hi-Speed USB 2.0 file transfers while dishing out 4GB or 8GB of storage space on your home court. Since these drives are equal parts looks and function, ADATA built them to be impact resistant in a watertight structure with a stain-resistant finish. If you manage to dust up Jeremy Lin or any... Read more...
With an eye towards micro server applications and enterprise cloud computing solutions, ADATA rolled out a brand new line of DDR3L ECC SO-DIMM memory modules featuring low voltage, large densities, and rapid processing capabilities.. There are 1333MHz and 1600MHz kits available in 4GB and 8GB capacities, each of which requires 1.35V, according to ADATA's spec sheet. "ADATA DDR3L ECC SO-DIMM fully meets the requirements of most high density and energy efficiency micro-servers. They are also the first memory module running at 1.35V that can fully support low voltage CPUs and make the most of processing efficiency and computing density," Jacky Yang, product manager at ADATA, said in a statement.... Read more...
If you spot a good deal on DRAM and could use an upgrade, you may want to pull the trigger rather than wait and hope prices will fall even further. According to Adata CEO Simon Chen, DRAM prices are likely to rebound in January 2012, mostly because of cuts in DRAM output made earlier in the year. The effects of those cuts are about to take effect, especially as PC makers get ready to replenish their inventories, Chen warns. Chen was also quick to point that Adata is one of two companies that kept a steady focus on DRAM modules (Kingston is the other), while most other companies shifted the bulk of their operations away from system memory in order to focus on NAND flash memory for SSDs and other... Read more...
USB 2.0 has served us well over the years, and we're endlessly grateful for all the transfers we've made over that tried-and-true cable. But with a new year comes new resolutions, and with new resolutions comes new speeds. USB 3.0 got started in earnest late last year, but the real coming-out party is just ahead at CES. A-DATA is hoping to get a jump on everyone else with an interesting new device: the N002 Combo Flash Drive. The external hard drive all but leaves yesteryear's transfer technologies in the dust by focusing on two of the newest and fastest transfer protocols: eSATA and USB 3.0. It's considered the industry's first combo device of this nature, adopting the first 8-channel architecture... Read more...
If you thought A-DATA's day was done when Computex closed down, think again. After bringing a slew of new storage solutions to the Taiwan-based show, the company is now pushing out what it's calling "the world's slimmest portable hard disk drive." The NH92 may not be much to look at (literally, we mean), but it's certainly worth taking a peek at if you're strapped for space.The unit measures just 12mm thin and weighs only 152g, and A-DATA claims that size is the smallest in the industry. It's ready to handle any 2.5" HDD you care to toss in there, and it'll be made available in a trifecta of bright, shiny colors (light sliver, cherry pink and ocean blue). The shock-resistant casing itself is... Read more...
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... Read more...
Right around this time last month, A-DATA announced a new slab of memory in its XPG G Series. Now, the company's reverting back to its desktop tactics with a new speed in the XPG Gaming Series. Starting today, users can start hunting down the company's XPG Gaming Series DRAM module in DDR2-1066.The sticks will be offered up in Dual Channel 2GB x 2 or 1GB x 2 kits along with Single Channel kits up to 2GB. In case that's not hardcore enough, there's also the XPG Gaming Series DDR2-1066G DRAM module provide CL6-6-6-18 timing at 2.0V±0.1V. Unfortunately, A-DATA didn't bother passing along pricing details, but the full specifications list is below:Features: All memory chips are verified using... Read more...
A-DATA XPG DDR2-800G SO-DIMM Ready for Use with New Generation of Low-power Platforms A-DATA Technology Co., Ltd., a worldwide leader in high performance memory products, has released its XPG™ G Series DDR2-800G SO-DIMM module with single and dual pack. Built to provide optimal levels of compatibility using the highest quality components available on the market, this XPG™ G Series DDR2-800G SO-DIMM module runs at incredible low voltage setting at 1.6V-1.7V and latency 5-5-5-15. Designed for notebooks and mini PCs, the XPG G Series DDR2-800G SO-DIMM module is also ready for use with new generation of netbooks and nettops. This XPG G Series DDR2-800G SO-DIMM module is perfect fit for... Read more...
A-DATA has been on a surefire roll of late with new introductions in its flash memory family, and it seems that roll isn't stopping today. Shortly after delivering a 512GB 2.5" XPG SSD, the company has now introduced a slightly less high-end model that's half as roomy but still exceptionally fast. The 2.5" SATAII SSD 300 Plus features an all new controller and a special mobile SDRAM module that purportedly makes it quite the speed demon compared to traditional SSDs. For instance, the new drive increases data read speeds by upwards of 40 percent and write speeds by as much as 60 percent. Specifically, that's a sustained read rate of 250MB/sec and a write rate of 160MB/sec. As with its other SSDs,... Read more...
A-DATA Demonstrate High Performance, Low Voltage XPG DDR3-2133X v2.0 Triple Channel Module at CeBIT 2009Adopting 1.6V to Perform 2133MHz CL8 Killer Speed Taipei, Taiwan - March 5, 2009 - A-DATA Technology Co., Ltd., a worldwide leading manufacturer in high performance memory products, showcasing its leading triple channel module in the industry at CeBIT 2009 in Hannover, Germany, the XPG X series DDR3-2133X v2.0 2GB x 3 triple channel module, by adopting 1.6V to demonstrate its 2133MHz killer speed and cas latency at 7. Since the XPG X series DDR3-2133X v2.0 triple channel module has been adopted by the overclokcer Andre Yang, and has break the SuperPi 32m world record to demonstrate its killer... Read more...
Stay sharp, Toshiba, as A-DATA's infringing on some of your territory today. Months after Toshiba proclaimed that it would be bringing the world's first 2.5" solid state drive to CES 2009, A-DATA has stepped in at CeBIT 2009 to also suggest that it has launhed the "highest capacity of SSD in the industry." It's product? The 512GB XPG 2.5" SSD. Seems we need some clarification from both parties, no? Best we can figure, A-DATA is going to be the first to actually have these drives available to consumers and OEMs, but since it doesn't mention a release window in its press clipping, we can't even say that with certainty. As with most SSDs, this one also comes encased in a durable, lightweight aluminum... Read more...
32GB SDHC cards have been around for some while, but A-DATA's promising the fastest of the fast with its new 32GB Turbo SDHC Class 6 Memory Card. This here card tops out at the high-end of what's regulated by the 2.0 specification of SDHC, and it provides plenty of speed and agility for handling high definition video captures and quick burst images from DSLR cameras. A-DATA proclaims that users can store up to 6500 high resolution images or up to five hours of 13Mbps HD video on this card, and given its Class 6 status, you won't even notice a hiccup while it's digesting all that information. If you're looking for details, the data transmission rate (read and write) is "at least" 6MB per second.... Read more...
Designed for high reliability and extra stability A-DATA Technology Co., Ltd., a worldwide leader in high performance memory products, introduces today its entire XPG Gaming Series which represents the very best of A-DATA’s cutting edge technology in gaming memories, delivering the perfect blend of performance, durability and stability with low power consumption. XPG Gaming Series features highest reliability and fulfills exceptional requirements for high-end modules at a very attractive, low price.Perfect memory for gamers at every level In order to provide the ever growing PC gaming market with the best memory hardware designed for gamers at every level, all modules of Gaming Series is available... Read more...
A-DATA Technology Co., Ltd., a worldwide leader in high performance memory products, announced today that it is launching A-DATA XPG DDR3-2133X v2.0 of its X Series. These high-performance modules run at incredible 2133MHz with CL10-10-10-30 timings and are available in 1GBx3/2GBx3 triple-channel as well as 2GB/4GB dual-channel module kits.A-DATA XPG DDR3-2133X v2.0 is engineered with heavy Aluminum heatspreaders and an additional dual-fan unit, keeping the RAMs cool. A-DATA combined two methods of heat dissipation to maximize the OC performance for its entire X Series Version 2.0.A-DATA X Series memory represents the ultimate overclocking performance. It was developed to unleash the hidden power... Read more...
Working here at HotHardware, the team is used to seeing the latest and greatest graphics cards, processors, RAM, and motherboards.  But every so often something different, and occasionally really useful that we wouldn’t normally evaluate, lands in the lab that we think you’d all like to see.  One such product is the new A-DATA 16GB Turbo CF 266X.  As its name implies, the A-DATA 16GB Turbo CF 266X is a Compact Flash card with a 266X speed rating and an advertised capacity of 16GB.We’ve been using the card for a couple of weeks now without a hitch.  Although a couple of benchmarks show its real-world speed well below 266X, you must keep in mind these tests were run using a... Read more...
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