Adata’s recent change of controller and NAND on its best-selling SSD makes for a slower experience.
Adata is now shipping the XPG SX8200 Pro SSD with lower-clocked hardware than the initial release model, without changing its specification sheets or retail listings.
Adata’s Falcon brings DRAMless performance to new heights with peak speeds of up to 3.2/1.5GBps read/write, plus it has flashy looks and competitive pricing to go along with it.
The XPG Xenia is Adata's first entry into a full-fledged gaming laptop and was made in collaboration with Intel.
Adata chairman Simon Chen believes that DRAM and NAND flash memory prices will rise by June if Coronavirus is contained.
With an attractive heatsink, impressive speeds, and a nice price, this ADATA drive is easy to recommend.
Adata’s Ultimate SU750 has decent performance for a SATA drive, but it slurps power and competitors give you a lot more for the same price.
Can an RGB memory kit with light diffusers this large still outperform competitors? We put XPGs fastest Spectrix D60G to the test!
Adata attempts to maximize lighted surface area on its D60G, but does the DRAM underneath the lights perform well?
Adata as launched a blazing-fast XPG Spectrix S40G RGB SSD in up to 2 TB capacities and a brushed-aluminum heat spreader with frosted RGB illumination.