Adata 16GB Superior S102 Pro USB 3.0 Flash Drive - Arc-shape Item # 401554
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A-Data steps up again with the pilot launch of its S102 series USB 3.0 flash drives. This series is the industry's first to incorporate native controller chip for flash products, demonstrating once again the company's leadership role in the market.
|device connector type||USB 3.0|
|storage capacity||16 GB|
|Product Name||16GB Superior S102 Pro USB 3.0 Flash Drive - Arc-shape|
|manufacturer||A-DATA Technology Co., Ltd|
|Maximum Write Speed||25 MB/s|
|Maximum Read Speed||100 MB/s|
|operating system compatibility||Supported Operating Systems:Microsoft Windows 7; Microsoft Windows XP; Microsoft Windows Vista; Apple Mac OS 10.5 or later; Apple Mac OS 10.6X or later; Linux kernel 2.6 or Later|
|warranty length||limited lifetime|
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From the Manufacturer|
SuperSpeed USB (USB 3.1 Gen 1)
SuperSpeed USB delivers effortless audio/video streaming, music and photos to your home, office, car, and anywhere in between. SuperSpeed USB transfers data up to 5Gbps, up to 10X faster than Hi-Speed USB. SuperSpeed USB works with all USB products. It’s backward compatible with USB 2.0.
USB 3.1 SpecificationThe USB 3.1 specification includes definitions for both 5Gbps (Gen 1) and 10Gbps (Gen 2) data rates:
- USB 3.1 Gen 1 – SuperSpeed USB (Products signal at 5Gbps)
- USB 3.1 Gen 2 – SuperSpeed USB 10Gbps (products signal at 10Gbps)
Note: The terms USB 3.1 Gen 1 and USB 3.0 are synonymous
What the Logos Mean to YouTo use the SuperSpeed USB logo and icons, products must pass USB-IF certification testing to ensure they are built to meet the USB specifications and interoperate with other USB devices. This means you can be confident that Certified USB products will work with other Certified USB products. This content is being provided for educational purposes only and does not imply that the associated product has been certified. To confirm if a device has been certified, visit the www.usb.org website or look for the Certified SuperSpeed USB logo on the product or product packaging.