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Sequential Read Speed While we typically request high performance solutions, this time around we take a look at a low-cost solution from ADATA. Liked 6 years ago. Certainly not the quickest drive we have tested. Good edit your comment Add link 19 months ago.
ADATA Elite S102 Pro 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review
The S Pro continues with the finely textured texture of aluminum alloy casing of the S, but with performance increased to a maximum read speed of MB per second. The S performed relatively very well in this test. Even with this drive’s mediocre performance, with the MSRP being competitive, it certainly helped its case.
The S carries the standard flash drive form factor, but adds elegance to it with its aluminium design. What was the best tech product of ?
UserBenchmark: Adata S Pro USB 16GB ASPG-RGY
I picked up a 16g version of this drive for under a tenner with free postage a couple of weeks back. Ready to retire Age: Read what TweakTown awards pdo ratings mean! What are the main factors to look out for?
The Adata is smaller than average for a flash po but due to its width it may still obstruct adjacent ports on a computer. This is not a fast USB 3 flash drive. If any company representatives for the products reviewed choose to respond, we’ll publish their commentary here verbatim.
See how consistently different USBs perform with varying real world conditions. The performance profile for this drive favours reading over writing but overall the balance is acceptable.
Good 2 years ago. What is sustained sequential write speed?
Unfortunately, unlike on most flash drives, there is no LED to indicate whether or not the drive is in use. Below average 6 years ago. The drive’s aluminium alloy body looks suitably smart and should keep the drive running cool during extended use, and for a USB 3.
Poor 3 years ago. Group Test Results Best user rated – User sentiment trumps benchmarks for this comparison.
UserBenchmark of the month Gaming Desktop Workstation. Don’t have an account? Physically it has a reasonably compact form unlike its older sibling the N Nobility. Effective speed is adjusted by current price and capacity to yield value for money. Bench your build Size up your PC in less than a minute. 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.