Memory maker Super Talent have just announced their new "Exelerator" family of dedicated ReadyBoost flash drives which are designed to connect to an internal 9-pin USB header on the motherboard.
These drives are specifically designed to increase system performance in conjunction with Vista and its ReadyBoost feature, they handle read speeds of up to 25MB/sec and sub-millisecond access times.
The lineup comprises two different types of drives, either with horizontal or vertical connectors to cater to those who dont have much room to play with inside their case. The drives are offered in 1GB, 2GB and 4GB capacities.
For further details, grab Super Talent's official PR here folks.
San Jose, California - May 29, 2007 -- Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of DRAM memory modules and flash storage solutions, today launched the new Exelerator family of ReadyBoost drives that use an internal 9-pin USB header on the motherboard.
The Exelerator family of drives was designed expressly to elevate system performance in Windows® Vista by functioning as a ReadyBoost drive. These innovative new Flash drives plug into a standard 9-pin USB header inside the chassis, on the motherboard, to function as a dedicated ReadyBoost drive. With lightning fast 25MB per second read speeds and sub-millisecond access times, Exelerator drives are the perfect cost effective system upgrade to enhance the Vista experience. These drives are offered with either vertical or horizontal connectors to accommodate space constraints within different enclosures.
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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