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Corsair TurboFlash: Vista Accelerator
Corsair’s new TurboFlash looks like an ordinary flash drive, however, it has a slightly different purpose. It is not intended for storing and transferring files, although, of course, it can be used this way too.
TurboFlash was designed specifically for use with Windows Vista ReadyBoost technology. Recall that this technology is able to increase the download speed of applications and the operating system, as well as reduce the power consumption of mobile PCs by storing some files on a flash drive with a volume of 512 MB or more. Faster flash access times provide noticeable reductions in download times, background saves, and more.P.
The product adopts SLC NAND flash memory and dual channel controller, which provides high read / write performance. The manufacturer says that the product is optimized for random reading of information in 4 KB blocks, which is a mandatory requirement for solutions that support ReadyBoost and is not implemented in all flash drives on the market at the moment.
Corsair’s TurboFlash 512MB starter model is already available on the market, with a gigabyte variant set to arrive in the coming days. However, given the lack of consumer versions of Vista, it hardly makes sense to rush to the purchase – other manufacturers will probably also present their similar products before January 30, 2021, as Transcend, for example, has already done with its JetFlash 180, JetFlash 150 and JetFlash 2A.