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    A-DATA Technology to Introduce Its Xtreme Performance Gear (XPG) Series at the 2009 CeBIT

    A-DATA Technology, the world leading manufacturer of DRAM modules and Flash application products, will be once again exhibiting at the largest IT fair, CeBIT 2009. The event will be held in Hannover, Germany from March 3rd through 8th. During the event, A-DATA will unveil a variety of products with state-of-the-art technology and eye-catching design.

    This year, A-DATA will introduce its new Xtreme Performance Gear (XPG) Series targeting at overclockers and high-performance pursuers. Customers are expected to learn more about the XPG’s market-leading products such as DDR3-2133X v2.0 Triple-channel, Xupreme flash drive, and XPG 2.5" SSD with capacity up to 384GB , the biggest capacity by far. In A-DATA’s XPG live demo area, visitors will experience the high performance of XPG’s overclocking DRAM module.

    X series v20. DDR3 2133X Unbuffered DIMM (with active cooling fan) XPG SSD 384GB
    Realizing the growing demand for USB Flash Drives with greater variety in style, A-DATA will also introduce its newly released Flash application products including T806 kissing octopus couple drive (2009 iF design awarded), Sport Series S901 flash drive with a huge capacity of 64GB, S805 featuring mountain-climbing sky hooks, and T807 Mickey hand drive.

    Meanwhile, A-DATA will display delicate external hard drive (HDD)- CH91 which is a perfect match for your classy mini note book. The world’s fastest Turbo CF 350X 32 GB will be presented as well.

    Source : A-Data Technology

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