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Adata introduced the 256 GB module storage expansion for your MacBook and a USB flash drive with Lightning interface

Adata introduced a new line of products for iPhone, iPad and Mac. Making the announcement, the company called it a “big strategic move” and “serious investments in products that are compatible with Apple devices”.

Among the new products the manufacturer turned out to be the memory card i Memory SD Card, flash drives i-Memory UE710 and UC350 Type-C USB 3.1 OTG. The company claims that used several patented technologies, which are used in products compatible with products of Apple.

Card i Memory SD Card, allegedly, was created exclusively for MacBook Air. It uses flash memory type MLC NAND and the speed read and write reaches 95 and 60 MB/s, respectively. Maximum memory card size is 256 GB.

Feature of drive is the presence of UE710 combo connector that combines USB 3.0 and Lightning. This allows you to connect your device to the iOS devices such as iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, as well as to computers with OS X or Windows. The drive produced a volume of 32, 64 and 128 GB, in white and black and silver color options.

Finally, a flash drive UC350 interesting because in addition to a full-sized connector it has USB connector tiny-C, which ensures wide compatibility with almost all systems. Mode read speed up to 100MB/s in write mode — 30 MB/s. UC350 Drives are available in 64GB.

On the cost of the flash drive i-UE710 Memory, cards memory i-Memory SD Card and drive UC350 Type-C will be announced later.

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