Mach Xtreme presents the FX series USB 3.0 flash drives, these models are available in 32GB and 64GB capacities and promise read speeds of up to 125MB/s and write speeds of up to 80MB/s.
Mach Xtreme Technology Inc., a worldwide leader in top performance, high reliability and user-friendly designed PC components, today unveiled FX™ Series USB3.0 flash drives. The MX-FX is the most compact USB 3.0 flash drive on the market will be available in worldwide retail and e-tail starting Monday, June 14th.
As PCs became increasingly powerful and able to process larger amounts of data, users needed to get more and more data into and out of their PCs. Using traditional flash drives to transfer gigabytes of data has become a time consuming process. MX-FX USB 3.0 flash drives address this need by adding a super-high transfer rate. This drive is fast, bidirectional, dynamically attachable that is consistent with the requirements of the PC platforms of today and tomorrow. MX-FX USB 3.0 flash drive requires no separate power cable and is fully backward compatible with USB 2.0 ports, at USB 2.0 speeds.
The MX-FX flash drive delivers best-in-class read and write speeds clocking in at up to 125MB/s read and 80MB/s write along with its ultra compact size (78mm x 27mm 9.3mm). Mach Xtreme FX flash drive comes in 32GB and 64GB flavors.
All this combined with 3-Years warranty and consumer friendly pricing nominates MX-Technology FX™ Series USB 3.0 flash drive as the #1 choice.
FX™ Series USB 3.0 Flash Drives at A Glance:
USB 3.0 Interface
Max. Read Performance up to 125MB/s
Max. Write Performance up to 80MB/s
Bus Power: 900mA (no external power cable needed)
Power Consumption: Idle 1.0W / Active up to 4.0W
Shock and vibrations resistant
Compact and easy to carry: 78mm x 27mm x 9.3mm
Certification: ROHS, CE, FCC
Capacity: 32GB (MXUB3MFX-32G) and 64GB (MXUB3MFX-64G)
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Re: Mach Xtreme MX-FX USB 3.0 flash drives unveiled by Anonymous on Friday, June 11 2010 @ 20:23:40 CEST
These will be everywhere (from dozens of vendors) 1 year from now. USB 3 shouldn't be ignored, right Intel? Oh wait, they haven't gotten the memo yet.