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ADATA Releases S396 SATA 2 SSD For The Value Conscious

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ADATA has announced the release of their new S396 SSD today hot on the heels of their new USB 3.0 flash drive. There certainly are two competing approaches at work here as the USB 3.0 flash drive is utilizing the newest, fastest standard, while the new S396 SSD is using the more commonplace 3Gb/s interface. The ADATA S396 SSD is …

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ADATA Launches Waterproof and Shock-Resistant USB Flash Drive

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ADATA Technology is launching a new USB 3.0 Flash drive, the S107. The new USB device has speeds of up to 100MB/s, three times faster than the USB 2.0 interface. Capacities of 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB will be available initially. Designed for rugged use, thee drives are encased in rubber, and are waterproof as well. They come with a unique …

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AData S510 SATA 3 120GB SSD Review

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After our SSD review of the AData S511 a few months back, we  knew there had to be a S510 in line for release with asynchronous memory as its host and we weren’t wrong. Our SSD review today examines the AData S510 SATA 3 120GB SSD. On releasing the S511, AData has followed the lead of several ‘SandForce Driven’ manufacturers …

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AData XM13 mSATA SSD Makes Its Debut

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This morning marks the AData debut of their first mSATA SSD which will be available in capacities of both 30 and 60GB and is known as the XM13. The XM13 is a ‘SandForce Driven’ SATA 2 SSD with performance specifications of up to equal read and write speeds of 260MB/s as well as 12,500 IOPS at 4k random disk access.  …

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New SATA 6Gb/s SSD from ADATA Smashes Performance Bottlenecks

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Taipei, Taiwan – May 16 2011 – ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM modules and NAND Flash application products, today announced the release the S511 Solid State Drive (SSD), which employs the latest SATA 6Gb/s specification. With this cutting edge implementation of the latest data transfer standard, the performance of this SSD has been dramatically raised over conventional …

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SSD Manufacturers

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The below list comprises all SSD manufacturers, each listed in alphabetical order and is updates as frequently as possible. Should an error, an error, omission or update be recognized, please contact The SSD Review and we wil do our best to get the list updated . . SLC versus MLC The majority of solid state drives use MLC (multi-level cell) Nand …

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