ADATA makes order in its array of products, and continues its efforts to adopt a new image for the company
Has not introduced many new products this year and has not unveiled new work plans at Computex, but has chosen to focus on changing its image, which began with the change of its logo at last year's exhibition. ADATA
Wants to survive a new message to customers and tries to brand itself as a brand more valuable to the customer.
This year, ADATA has arranged its stalls in a way that can better explain and highlight the differences between all its product lines, and of course it has not forgotten to do a show with the position Overclock
And some liquid nitrogen.
The display of flash drives and external drives, the company distributed the products to 4 groups. The first are the DashDrive series, the most basic series of drives. The drives come with a connection USB
3.0 and an external shaped puzzle design. The drive that the company focused on is the UV110 and it should come with a very low price tag.
The DashDrive Durable Drive Series offers water, sand and shock drives that the company has chosen to display in a pair of sand and water stalls. In addition, the premium product offerings are DashDrive Elite and DashDrive Choice, with the difference being that Choice will offer cheaper premium products. Some of the premium products will also be water resistant, such as the UC500 drive shown in the exhibition. Due to the more beautiful design, unfortunately, the drives will be less resistant to shocks.
In the field ofSSD
, The memories of theRAM
And the memory cards the company did not introduce new products, but it did take care to introduce them when these are divided according to their categories. The Premier series is the basic series this time and contains basic and cheap products, the Premier Pro series offers products with better performance and the XPG series (RT Xtreme Performance Gear) offers the most powerful products the company has to give you and these are for avid gamers and overclocking lovers.
And again, in conclusion: