Click to find out more. Posted by Irien – Tue 26 Feb This drive as seen above is a capped design, but carries a retainer at the back so you can secure the cap during use. All branding information is printed along the bottom edge of the drive. I only run it on usb2 so peak speed is limited by that. Find other tech and computer products like this over at Amazon UK’s website.
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ADATA Elite S102 Pro 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review
I did laugh at the way the packaging tried adaha make out it had a no loss end cap. Packaging for the S Pro houses the drive in a plastic retainer.
This is not a fast USB 3 flash drive.
While we typically request high performance solutions, this time around we take a look at a low-cost solution from ADATA. Don’t have an account? Unlike other solutions where the cap remains attached trust me you can still loose this cap for a while!
Review: ADATA S Pro USB Flash Drive (32GB) – Storage –
Launched as part of the company’s Superior Series range and described as a ‘value-driven’ solution, the drive’s purpose is to provide a good level of SuperSpeed USB 3. Find other tech and computer products like this over at Amazon’s website.
Price to Performance puts the S Pro towards the middle of the pack at While the S Pro certainly isn’t the quickest flash drive we have tested over the last few years, it does offer a decent amount of value when you put the MSRP and decent performance together. Posted by Brewster – Tue 26 Feb Find other tech and computer products like this over at Amazon Canada’s website. Posted by bridges – Tue 26 Feb Above, you can see we have the blue coloring denoting its USB 3.
The only obvious oddity is the positioning of a small hole on the rear of the drive for attaching a lanyard – it’s nice to have the option, but if you do decide to use it you’ll lose the ability to easily stow the cap. When they meant it’s got a place to store it!
S Pro Advanced USB Flash Drive | ADATA Consumer
This drive as seen above is a capped design, but carries a retainer at the back so you can secure the cap during wdata. Its might not be expensive but doesn’t take advantage of the USB 3 speeds.
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Also interested in random IO performance, not just copying. It’s hard to argue against this one. The S carries the standard flash drive form factor, but adds elegance to it with its aluminium design. Within OS X I always felt that the USB2 spec could support faster transfers than many grotty USB pen drives offered, and wonder if the improved internals allowing for such improved performance over USB3 might also yield benefits adafa slower connections ie.
The drive’s aluminium alloy body looks suitably smart and should keep the drive running cool during extended use, and for a USB 3.
It is faster than my HDD…. Over the past few years, we have seen many flash come through the lab.
S102 Pro Advanced USB 3.1 Flash Drive
Size, weight and aesthetics are all sensible, and we appreciate the fact that the cap, when removed, can be stowed on the back of the stick for safe keeping. I only run it on usb2 so peak speed is limited by that. Build quality seemed to be rather good; the aluminium design adds both durability and aesthetics to the solution.
When was the last time you upgraded your PC?