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A-Data Nobility NH13 USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drives

Posted in A-Data by Conner Flynn on July 12th, 2011

A-Data Technology has unveiled their newest line of USB 3.0 portable hard drives, the Nobility NH13. Despite the name they aren’t just for royalty. You can get one too.

They come in both 500GB and 750GB capacities and these 2.5-inch hard drives have a scratch-resistant metallic chassis, a USB 3.0 connection and come in glossy black and lustrous silver. Pricing and release date are a mystery.

A-Data announces SH02 Portable Hard Drive

Posted in A-Data by Conner Flynn on May 7th, 2010

A-Data has announced it’s new 2.5-inch portable hard drive, the SH02. It comes in three different color options: white, pink and black, each with a 3-dimensional imprint pattern made using the IMF technology.

If you’re looking for something fashionable yet compact this is a good one. The drive features a scratch resistant case, a USB 2.0 interface and is available in two storage capacities: 320GB and 500GB.

A-DATA NH01 USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive

Posted in A-Data by Conner Flynn on April 13th, 2010

Here’s the latest USB 3.0 portable hard drive on the market. A-DATA has announced that it has started to ship the NH01. Nice to see more USB 3.0 devices surfacing finally. Thanks to the USB 3.0 interface, it will give you data transfer speeds up to 88MB/s on USB 3.0 and 28MB/s on USB 2.0.

The NH01 will cost you 70 Euro (or $95) for the 320GB version, 88 Euro (or $119) for the 500GB version and 110 Euro ($149) for the 640GB model.

A-DATA unveils industry’s fastest SSD

Posted in A-Data by Shane McGlaun on November 3rd, 2009

adatas596-sbSSDs are much faster than traditional HDDs and allow users to boot their computers faster and access applications more quickly. The SSD is always being improved with prices going down and performance increasing.

A-DATA announced today what it claims to be the industry’s fastest SSD called the S596. The SSD is a 2.5-inch device with sequential read speeds of 250MB/sec and sequential write speeds of 180 MB/sec/ the drive also has a SDRAM cache for more performance.

View ID and Free Space on Your SD Card

Posted in A-Data,Flash Memory by Darrin Olson on January 13th, 2007

A-Data Super Info SD Card Displays ID and Free SpaceOnce in a while I’ll need an SD card quickly on the go, or I get them confused on which one has what data. The super-flash folks at A-Data have a solution called the Super Info SD card.

We’ve seen a little innovation in SecureDigital cards recently with the USB/SD card interface, and we’ve also seen some portable hard drives that show you what’s on them. This solution from A-Data is another innovation for SD cards that allows you to view the capacity of the card as well as some identification of which flash card it is.

The Super info SD card from A-Data uses a bi-stable display technology to display the LED-like display without the need for continuous power. The display will show two characters to identify the drive and four characters to show the free …

Limited Edition Christmas Flash Drive

Posted in A-Data,Flash Memory by Chetz on December 9th, 2006

Limited Edition Christmas Flash DiskAdd some Christmas spirit to your flash memory thumb drive with this Limited Edition PD3 Christmas Disk from A-Data. With this PD3 disk you even can add some merry Christmas look and feel to your digital multimedia.

The drive comes in 5 different holiday patterns including Santa, a sleigh with reindeer, a decorated tree, a Christmas stocking and a snowman. Each drive comes with all the patters that are interchangeable, so buying one gives you the option to change the look whenever you want. The drive also comes in five different capacities from 512MB up to 8GB.

If you are looking for a great stocking stuffer Christmas gift idea for your favorite geek, flash drives are always handy and this one makes a great holiday gift.

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A-Data SD Duo / USB Card

Posted in A-Data,Flash Memory,USB by Chetz on November 8th, 2006

A-Data SD Duo TurboA-DATA Technology makes some pretty cool stuff, and this Turbo SD Duo flash memory card is one of them.

The SD card works like any other SD card, and comes in capacities of 512 MB, 1 GB and 2 GB, and it complies with the SD 1.1 standard.

What makes this SD card cooler than the others is that it is two-faced, or two-interfaced I should say. This is a dual interface SD card that also connects to a USB port while complying with USB 2.0 standards, too.

An inconvenience I have always found with SD cards is that you need a reader, and sure there are many different “78 in 1″ card readers out there but in this case you don’t need any card reader with you when you want to get data off of you card, just a USB port.

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