A-DATA uses a full retail package for their S592 solid state drive. It is nice to see a real printed box for the drive with all of the information in print and not a sticker. On the front we see the drive model number, the 2 year warranty logo and a quick shot about the drive having cache on board.
The back of the package has some general information about the drive, but shows the lower 64GB performance numbers. If you are looking at the drive in the store and compare the printed numbers from the A-DATA S592 to another Barefoot drive with the correct speed numbers from an equally sized drive, you might find yourself putting the A-DATA drive back on the shelf since the other drive will appear to have higher performance numbers. We will see how it goes in the benchmarks later in this article, but be aware that the 128GB S592 box lists the advertised read numbers of the smaller, slower 64GB drive.
The inner packaging is very simple with the drive, but as we have told you about before, SSDs are very resilient to damage from drops or vibration, so we are safe here. The S592 does come with a manual that covers installation.
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