A-DATA just released the Professional Series PD7 Turbo Speed USB 2.0 flash disk with amazing 33MB/sec read and 22MB/sec write speeds in 1 to 8 GB sizes. With the outstanding read/ write speed, PD7 can work with Windows® Vista™ ReadyBoost™ to boost PC performance. When using Windows Vista, the PD7 can be allocated into two spaces, with one space for the Windows ReadyBoost cache file and the other space for the normal flash storage function. It is like two devices in one. The PD7 still works with all OSs like Windows 2000/XP, offering the same outstanding read and write speeds. Use the PD7 today; it can still be used with Windows Vista in the near future.

Adata A DATA  PD7 Turbo Speed Flash Disk

A-DATA Technology Co., Ltd., the global leader in memory products, just
released the Professional Series PD7 Turbo Speed USB 2.0 flash disk with amazing
33MB/sec read and 22MB/sec write speeds in 1 to 8 GB sizes. With the outstanding
read/ write speed, PD7 can work with Windows® Vista™ ReadyBoost™ to boost PC
performance.

“Windows ReadyBoost” is one of Microsoft Windows Vista’s innovative features
that lets even novice computer users simply connect a removable flash memory
device, such as a USB pen drive or flash card, and improve system performance
without even opening the computer case. Easy to use, fast and safe, Windows
ReadyBoost is a way for anyone to instantly improve system performance of his or
her desktop or notebook computer using the Windows Vista OS. Just take the USB
pen drive or flash card out and the computer automatically adjusts back to its
normal settings.

As the largest supplier of flash solutions in Asia, A-DATA continuously launches
the most advanced and value-adding products. The PD7 Turbo Speed USB 2.0 flash
disk welcomes Windows Vista with read speeds in excess of 200x, making Windows
ReadyBoost even faster. In addition to speeding up PC performance, it can also
extend HDD life, and lower the power consumption on notebooks using battery
power.

When using Windows Vista, the PD7 can be allocated into two spaces, with one
space for the Windows ReadyBoost cache file and the other space for the normal
flash storage function. It is like two devices in one. The PD7 still works with
all OSs like Windows 2000/XP, offering the same outstanding read and write
speeds. Use the PD7 today; it can still be used with Windows Vista in the near
future.

*Benefit of Windows ReadyBoost:
“Windows ReadyBoost” is a technology built into Windows Vista that caches disk
reads onto a flash memory device. Once activating this feature, Windows Vista
will create a readyboost.sfcache file on the flash memory device. ReadyBoost
does not cache file writes—it is a write-through cache. Windows ReadyBoost can
improve system performance because it can retrieve data kept on the flash memory
(a USB drive, SD Card, Compact Flash, or other flash memory device) faster than
it can retrieve data kept on the hard disk drive (HDD), decreasing the time you
need to wait for your PC to respond. Combined with Window SuperFetch technology,
this can help drive impressive improvements in system responsiveness. The
Windows ReadyBoost Technology will speed up system performance, reduce HDD
Read/Write times to increase HDD life, and save power for notebooks using a
battery, with Windows Vista certified devices.