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With so many good Indilinx Eco drives out there, and with most being cheaper and a tiny bit faster
Originally Posted by rickysiohttp://images.bit-tech.net/content_images/2010/06/adata-nobility-n002-ssd-with-usb3-review/n002-in1.jpg
I don't know, but there seems to be something wrong with the (design of the) micro USB connector.
Edit : To clarify, I meant that it should have been protected more. Current USB 2.0 microUSB ports doesn't look that fragile.
Upon closer look, it seems like a plastic pin was far too protruding and pushing the cable in pushed it backwards, snapping the whole plastic contraption behind.
Originally Posted by FabouOr is there another difference?
Originally Posted by The ArticleFor this test we use disk imaging software to create an exact copy of the same Windows 7Home Premium install on every hard disk drive or SSD before recording the time taken to boot from the BIOS logo screen to a working Vista desktop, using the Crystal Disk Diskinfo set to run at startup as the chequered flag.
Originally Posted by FabouThank's for the explannation. So it is not the same flash technologie than in regular USB stick.
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