SuperTalent intros USB 3.0 Express RAM Cache

Super Talent reveals the new “USB 3.0 Express RAM Cachedrive”, which implements a DRAM caching system to boost small block random performance by up to 110x over USB 2.0 speeds.

The new patented flash drive measuring 62 x 37 x7.5 mm, has backward compatible with USB 2.0 ports and will be  available in 32 & 64GB capacities in July.

“No longer are we talking about a 10x performance increase over USB 2, now we are talking about a real world experience that is up to 110x what our customers have experienced before. Adding RAM Cache to our USB 3.0 Express Drive line-up raises the bar we have establish with our first three USB 3.0 products and reiterates our commitment and leadership in the USB 3.0 space.”, Super Talent COO, C.H. Lee.




The USB 3.0 Express RAM Drive will be demonstrated at Computex Taiwan on June 1st and available in early July from Super Talent resellers worldwide. Interested parties can register here for USB 3.0 product availability updates.

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