ADATA shows first USB4 portable SSD and more at CES 2023

ADATA showed off something we didn’t see anywhere else at CES 2023, a USB4 portable solid state drive! They also had their super fast PCIe Gen5 solid state drive and a very cool 1600W digital power supply.

SE920 USB4 Solid State Drive

If you want super fast storage on the go, ADATA has you covered with their brand new SE920 USB4 portable solid state drive. Powered by the Asmedia ASM2464PD controller, the drive showed speeds of 3800 MB/s read and 3200 MB/s write in the tests we ran on it in ADATA mode.

If you press on the disc from above and below, it will, as it were, click open and expand. When you do this, a small internal fan kicks in to keep the drive nice and cool. ADATA offers this drive in 1 TB and 2 TB models, with availability expected at the end of April.

PCIe Gen5 Solid State Drive

ADATA showed off a Gen5 NVMe solid-state drive like many others at CES, but theirs was a little different because it’s powered by the Silicon Motion SM 2508 controller, which ADATA says will give the drive read speeds of 14,000MB/s and write speeds of 12,000 MB/s! Adata also claims that its drive will serve 2 million random read/write IOPS, which is very impressive!

XPG Fusion 1600W digital power supply

The last product we looked at was the XPG Fusion 1600W Digital Power Supply. ADATA has developed this unit in collaboration with Delta. As the name suggests, this is a 1600W power supply and has an 80PLUS Titanium rating. Being 1600W you get two of the 16 pin 12VPWR power connections. The whole “digital” part of the power supply connects to their software and not only allows you to monitor voltages and temperatures, but you can also adjust voltages, switch from single-rail to multi-rail, and more! The XPG Fusion 1600W Digital will be available in February for $749.

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