Reviews and Problems with Kingston HyperX MAX 3.0 SHX100U3
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Rob Williams, Techgage
9 February 2011
Conclusion: It goes without saying that in today’s market, any SSD product you pick up is going to count as a luxury purchase. On the desktop side, mechanical hard drives can be had for as low as $0.10 a gigabyte, while for SSDs, that number is rarely lower than $1.50 per gigabyte. Of course, prices are continually going down, but it’s going to be a while before SSDs are a more feasible option.
Conclusion: If USB flash does not able to fulfill your required capacity with reasonable price or normal SSD does not able to act as an external drive then Kingston HyperX Max 3.0 probably is a good option. Kingston HyperX Max 3.0 delivers all these expectations where it is a mixture between USB flash drive and SSD.
Pros: + Decent performance with USB 3.0, + Highly portable with its size & weight, + Solid built quality, + Noiseless operation, + Greater shock-proof ability, + Single cable connector, + 3-year warranty