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A-DATA Classic PD18 2GB

Michael Larabel

Published on 15 November 2007
Written by Michael Larabel
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Last month we looked at the Vitesta DDR2-800 Extreme memory from A-DATA Technology. In that review we found that this DDR2 system memory worked very well and we were pleased with the results. However, in addition to their DRAM module selection they also have a growing selection of flash memory products. A-DATA has separate flash drive series geared for mobility, sport, classic, and themes. At hand today we have the A-DATA Classic PD18 to see if their flash products are as good as their system memory selection.

Features:

· Tiny
· Aluminum Cap
· Attach cap holder (Rubber)
· COB process for PCBA
· Enhanced for Windows ReadyBoost
· Specification: supports USB 2.0

Contents:

The A-DATA Classis PD18 flash drive was blister packed and just included the flash drive itself along with a cap holder. No USB extension cable, driver CD, or anything else was included, which quite frankly is fine by us. The A-DARA PD18 is available in 1GB, 2GB, 4GB, and 8GB capacities with the one we are reviewing today being the 2GB variant. A-DATA also produces the PD18 with two different color cases: cyan and pinkish-red.

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