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ADATA Elite S Pro 64GB USB Flash Drive Review
Bench your build Adaha up your PC in less than a minute. Posted by Erenhardt – Tue 26 Feb The S Pro measures 6.
UserBenchmark will test your PC and compare the results to other users with the same components. We did not bother downloading the software as we have found that freeware alternatives such x102 SycnBack for backups and TrueCrypt for encryption are generally far superior to the bloated software packages that often ship with flash drives.
S102 Pro Advanced USB 3.1 Flash Drive
In our Windows 8. Good 19 months ago. Best value for money – Value for money is based on real world performance. 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.
Generally flash drives complete this test at roughly half their sequential write rates. Why is bigger better? It’s hard to like a dead product which died with very very little use. 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. But as with most media lots of small files chokes e102 down to zilch.
I picked up a 16g version of this drive for under a tenner with free postage s1022 couple of weeks back.
ADATA Elite S102 Pro 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review
Certainly not the quickest drive we have tested. In terms of performance the drive is around average and in terms of price it’s also average.
I did laugh at the way the packaging tried to make out it had a no loss end cap. The drive’s aluminium alloy body looks suitably smart and should keep the drive running cool during extended use, and for a USB 3.
What is the Flash Drive value for money rating?
I only run it on usb2 so peak speed is limited by that. See how consistently different USBs perform with varying adaata world conditions.
Click to find out more. Price to Performance puts the S Pro towards the middle of the pack at I always felt that the USB2 spec could support faster transfers than many grotty USB pen drives offered, s1102 wonder if the improved internals allowing for such improved performance over USB3 might also yield benefits over slower connections ie.
Finally thousands of individual user ratings are used to validate our benchmark figures. Good 2 years ago. Read my full review and see the lab test results. Uno de los mejores pendrive a dia de hoy, o de los mas reputados, a un precio bueno diria yo, no se si es error por parte del alcampo en sant quirze, pero creo que es una buena oferta, asi que quien este buscando pendrive ya sabe It’s hard to argue against this one.
USA-User, 6 hrs ago. You might need to get an extension cable if you have a lot of devices connected to the same cluster of USB ports on your PC. The Adata is smaller than average for a flash drive but due to its width it may still obstruct adjacent ports on a computer. You can never have too many USB 3. The Adata S Pro ships on a small piece of card with a plastic bubble housing the drive.
No write speed rating was indicated on the drive.