USB 3.0 has been growing in popularity over recent months, and we have seen many manufacturers, such as Kingston and Corsair releasing a steady stream of high performance drives. Today if you buy a computer you can be assured that there will be at least one USB 3.0 port. If you are already using an older USB 2.0 flash drive is it worth upgrading to a new model?
We have already reviewed a series of high cost, ultimate performance drives, but what if you wanted to aim lower in the price chain? Today we are looking at the latest low cost offering from ADATA – the S107 16GB drive, competitively priced around £25.
ADATA are offering this particular drive in three capacities. 8GB at £14, 16 GB at £21 and 32GB at £43.
Color: Red / Blue
Dimensions: 61.8 x 18.7 x 10.7mm (L x W x H)
Interface: Supports USB 3.0, backward compatible with USB 2.0
System requirements: Windows: XP/Vista/7 or later
Mac: OS10.5 or later
Linux: Kernel 2.6 or later
Texture: Water and shock resistant rubber material