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Super Talent Launches USB Drives to Support Windows Vista ReadyBoost

| Connectivity & Communications News | Posted: Nov 8, 2006 12:05 am

Thinking ahead with regard to a new form of technology in Vista dubbed "ReadyBoost", Super Talent have unveiled their latest line of USB flash drives which are designed specifically to support this new feature.


Windows Vista introduces a new concept in adding memory to a system. Windows ReadyBoost lets you use a removable USB flash drive to improve system performance, without the bother of opening your chassis to upgrade system memory. ReadyBoost improves system performance by taking advantage of the extremely fast Access Time offered by flash technology.


Get the full scoop on them in the press material here.


Windows ReadyBoost technology is reliable and provides protection of the data stored on your device. You can remove the flash device at any time without any loss of data or adverse effects to the system. Additionally, data on the USB drive is encrypted to help prevent unauthorized access to the data in the event your USB drive should be lost or stolen.


As one of the world's top manufacturers of USB flash drives, Super Talent has produced over eight million (8,000,000) USB drives in the company's state-of-the-art San Jose, California factory. These new USB drives are designed and tested to enhance performance of Windows Vista, and are guaranteed by Super Talent to meet the speed requirements to support ReadyBoost.


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