Mach Xtreme MX-ES 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review
Apr 22,2013 0 Comments
Mach Xtreme MX-ES 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review. When I was initially contacted by Mach Xtreme to have this sample sent over, we discussed the possibility that this drive may be the first SLC based flash drive we have tested. Since then I have looked back at all my previous articles and found that there was, in fact a previous drive that used single layer cell NAND and that was the Lexar Triton we reviewed just a month back. That is just one out of the five we have seen, leading us to the conclusion that SLC drives aren’t all that common anymore, being replaced by MLC and TLC counterparts.
The MX-ES is the latest flash drive to come out of the Mach Xtreme camp and if we are judging the “book” by its cover than you wouldn’t think this drive is anything special. The MX-ES aesthetically looks like a “generic” flash drive, but what it has going for it internally is another story. Before we dig further into the review we must go over the OS compatibility of the drive and its included warranty. For this we find Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8 along with Mac OS X listed. Warranty of the drive is set at five years.
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