It is time for an update on our flash drive roundup, and this time we included four new models: Xporter XT from Patriot, ToughDrive from ATP, Flash Readout from Corsair and Roadster from OCZ. Our comparison now includes 13 different flash drives. Check it out.
A brief look at ATP’s memory card manufacturing process and on their SD Trio Professional Plus, a set containing one micro SD card, one adapter to transform it into a mini SD card, another adapter to transform it into a regular SD card and a USB reader.
We reviewed the most high-end DDR2 memory modules available in the market today, Corsair TWIN2X2048-8500C5, which is a 2 GB DDR2-1066/PC2-8500 memory kit, able to officially run up to 1,066 MHz at 5-5-5-15 timings. Check it out.
Our review of Patriot PDC2G3500LLK 2 GB Dual Channel Memory kit, which comes with two 1 GB DDR433/PC3500 memory modules.
Our review of Corsair TWINX2048-3500LLPRO 2 GB Dual Channel Memory kit, which comes with two 1 GB DDR438/PC3500 memory modules.
Our review of OCZ EL DDR PC-4000 Gold GX XTC 2GB Dual Channel Memory kit, which comes with two 1 GB DDR500/PC4000 memory modules.
This time we brought five new models from Geil (David 100), Kingmax (Super Stick), Kingston (DataTraveller Elite and DataTraveller U3 Smart) and OCZ (Rally) and added them to our previous roundup, so we are comparing nine different USB flash drives
Our factory tour to Super Talent memory manufacturing plant in San Jose, CA.