SuperTalent presents USB 3.0 DRAM disk

SuperTalent presents USB 3.0 DRAM disk

The leading maker of NAND flash storage solutions Super Talent has presented the new USB 3.0 Express DRAM Disk. The drive comes housed in a really nice aluminum chassis but its main perk is the data transfer rates that it offers – the Express DRAM Disk achieves sequential read speed of up to 4041 MB/sec and sequential write speed of up to 5388 MB/sec. The drive reaches these speeds due to its ability to use a computer’s RAM memory to transfer files at an amazingly quick rate. In addition to that the Express DRAM Disk can also transfer files while you are using a software program, which cuts down on wait time.

The new Super Talent Express DRAM Disk is also as portable as a regular USB disk, which means you will be able to put in anywhere. The drive measures 70 x 18 x 8 mm and offers capacities of 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB, which are large enough for users to transfer large files or programs with ease. The performance of the Express DRAM Disk exceeds that of most SSDs, which means fantastic performance. Furthermore the drive supports ECC and has bad block management.

Super Talent has not disclosed an availability date or pricing.

Source: Super Talent

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