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Overall 10
Performance 8

A-Data Nobility PD17 2GB Flash Drive Review

5 October 2007
  • Summary: Finally there’s a portable flash drive that understands what portability is all about.  The A-Data PD17 series is small enough to fit on a keychain without noticing it, let has a decent capacity for average data transport.  It is not ruggedized, but appears solid enough to handle standard wear and tear.  This unit begs to be put on a keychain, so a little extra protection would have been nice.
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Overall 7

A-DATA PD 17 1GB USB Flash Drive

APH Networks
15 September 2007
  • Conclusion: Flash drives. Whether you are a computer enthusiast or just a regular computer user, these 'geek sticks' sure caught on with the mainstream crowd -- it's extremely hard nowadays to find someone who does not own one of these. Being a general consumer product, sometimes aesthetics in relation to being a fashion statement is just as important as performance is to an enthusiast.
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Overall 9

A-DATA PD17 Flash Drive 1 GB

29 June 2007
  • Summary: The A-DATA PD17 is once again a very unique memory device. It has a very unusual shape and is very small. The plastic enclosure is quite solid with a perfect and long lasting paint job. You will certainly not notice the extra 4g weight on your key chain. The PD17 does not dissappoint either with a very solid 18.2 MB/s. Even with the small size and light weight, it is also Windows ReadyBoost capable with an access time of 0.7 ms.
  • Pros: Small, Very light, Supports Vista ReadyBoost, Good read performance for such a size, Lifetime warranty, Available in three colors
  • Cons: Write performance is a bit slow, Plastic casing, No access LED
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