'World’s fastest' DDR4 memory to be presented at 2015 CES
At the 2015 International CES (Consumer Electronics Show), which takes place from 6th to 9th January in Las Vegas, Nevada, ADATA will exhibit its DDR4 memory, SSDs, USB 3.1 external storage and Type C USB flash drives. The XPG Z1 is claimed to be the world’s fastest DDR4 memory, clocking in at 3465MHz. Alongside this, the company will also present a 32GB 3200MHz version of the DDR4. The XPG Z1 is particularly suitable for online gamers and power PC overclockers.
PCIe and 2.5” SSDs featuring Power Loss Protection (PLP), which protects against data loss in the event of power failure, will also be showcased at the event.
ADATA will also exhibit its USB 3.1 ultra-high speed data transmission standard and portable Type C OTG flash drives, which have transmission speeds of up to 10Gb/s. Enabling protection at the user level, the flash drives leverage Bluetooth pairing with mobile phones. The drives allow users to view personal cloud backup and remote data storage, providing double-level security.
The ‘Tulip’ table lamp and wirelessly controllable AURA RGB bulbs, which has more than 16m colour settings, will also be presented at the show. By using ADATA’s free downloadable Bluetooth smartphone app, users can control up to 64 AURA RGB bulbs at the same time.
The 2015 CES will be held at the Venetian Hotel and ADATA will be exhibiting in the Piazza Suite.