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Old 9th February 2011, 09:38   #1
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Default ADATA Superior Series S102 16GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review

ADATA started to introduce speedy USB 3.0 flash drives to the market, one of them being the Superior Series S102 16GB model. These products have different read/write speeds depending on the capacity and thanks to their very high read speed performances we can use them successfully for booting Live USB Linux distributions or for transferring the Windows 7/Vista install kits, to speed up the OS installation.

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Old 5th December 2011, 16:50   #2
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hi, very useful review about ADATA s102, but do you know how much is it's power usage(mA) ?
you can see it in device manager under usb root habs.
it's very critical for me.
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hi, very useful review about ADATA s102, but do you know how much is it's power usage(mA) ?
you can see it in device manager under usb root habs.
it's very critical for me.
Power Required: 500mA
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thanks Stefan, so S102 is out of my choices, maximum usb port current is 500mA and i have to connect my flash to a passive usb hab alongside of my mouse and keyboard, I don't know what these companies are thinking;
I have a HP v165W flash drive with 500mA usage and some times it even doesn't work in solo connection.
currently I'm thinking of Silicon Power Blazee BD10 which has 100mA usage (if rumors be true).

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thanks Stefan, so S102 is out of my choices, maximum usb port current is 500mA and i have to connect my flash to a passive usb hab alongside of my mouse and keyboard, I don't know what these companies are thinking;
I have a HP v165W flash drive with 500mA usage and some times it even doesn't work in solo connection.
currently I'm thinking of Silicon Power Blazee BD10 which has 100mA usage (if rumors be true).
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