Powered by an SSD controller
USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 compatible
Universal operating system compatibility
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SSD performance. Now in convenient travel size.
Most USB drives are fast. ..until it’s time to copy a large file and you’re looking at a progress bar that lingers around too long. The solution? Integrate an SSD controller and SSD-grade NAND memory into a drive. Flash Voyager GTX gives you transfer speed that rivals your PC’s solid-state drive. Go ahead and copy those huge files, and spend less quality time with the progress bar.
A gigabyte in three seconds
USB drives were conceived in a world where shuttling office documents back and forth was all you needed. But that’s not good enough anymore. Today, you need to move large images, huge videos, and enormous music collections. You need the capacity to hold them, and more importantly, you shouldn’t have to wait.
Flash Voyager GTX clocks in at up to 450 MB / second reads, and writes at up to 360 MB per second. That’s twice the speed of other high-performance USB keys. The future of portable storage performance is finally here.
USB 3.0 speed and USB 2.0 compatibility
PCs and notebooks with USB 3.0 ports offer transfer speed that’s dramatically faster than USB 2.0, but not everybody’s there yet. The GTX takes advantage of the faster USB 3.0 interface, while providing full USB 2.0 support.
Premium performance meets premium design
Your files are protected by a sleek zinc alloy housing with aluminum accents. The integrated loop attaches to most key rings, so it’s easy to take with you – and you’ll probably want to show it off.
Works with virtually any system
It’s compatible with Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. No drivers are necessary… just plug it in. In short, if your desktop or notebook has a USB 3.0 or 2.0 port, it’s compatible with the GTX.
- Max Sequential Read (ATTO): Up to 450MB/s
- Max Sequential Write (ATTO): Up to 350MB/s
- Max Sequential Read (CDM): Up to 430MB/s
- Max Sequential Read (CDM): Up to 190MB/s
- Note: Some of the listed capacity on a Flash storage device is used for formatting and other functions and thus is not available for data storage. The actual available capacity for data storage is less than what is listed on the products.