ADATA Showcase Latest Enterprise, Industrial and Computer Hardware @ CES 2016
Peter Donnell / 3 years ago
CES 2016: Adata have a huge range of products already on the market and it looks like they’ll be keeping that pace up throughout 2016. On display this year, we’ve got their Enterprise Server drives, which come fitted into their new ADATA Flash Array (AFA), a flash media only NAS storage system that can deliver > 1M 4K Random IOPS!
Durability has always been a strong point for ADATA, and their new industrial drive is set to continue that trend.
Much like the new Enterprise Server drive, the Industrial also comes equipped with all the high-end features you would expect from a durable and high-performance drive. The only real thing that changes on most drives these days are capacities go up, price per GB goes down, but that’s a trend I like anyway!
Moving on to their consumer products, we’ve got a great range of braided, and very high-quality overall, USB 3.0 Type-C cables.
Their latest range of power banks, one of the best ranges we’ve seen actually and there seems to be a shape, size and capacity for pretty much everyone here.
ADATA were really proud of their new UE710 ORG UFD drive, and I’m sure many Apple device users will know why. This will be a great device for quickly backing up and transferring files.
The latest durable drive, perfect if you’re storage drive is important, as it’ll survive a lot of water and a fair few drops on the floor without issue.
One of my favourite toys here, the AURA RGB Bulb. Equipped with Bluetooth 4.0, you can dial in any colour or brightness you like from your mobile phone, meaning you can always set the mood just right.
The RC300 is the first dashcam from ADATA, but give their specialty is storage and recording devices, I can’t think of anyone better for the job. The unit is light and compact, but still offers full HD recording.
2TB is certainly impressive, but it’s the “and larger” part we want to see. Another great drive from ADATA here and we can’t wait to try out the rest of their new 3D NAND hardware.
When performance and style are equally important, the new XPG Dazzle memory will deliver on both fronts. Equipped with LED lighting on those aggressive heat spreaders, they’re going to look great in a lot of gaming systems.
There’s a lot of great products on show here today, and we’ve already reached out to ADATA to bring you some in-depth reviews on their latest hardware. Stay tuned for updates over the coming weeks.