“If you have USB 3.0 in your system already, or were thinking about the ASUS U3S6 or ECS add-in cards, then you need a device like this to truly see its potential. You can use it for speedy backups or moving large amounts of data between USB 3.0-ready systems or just sit there and read and write to it to see how fast it can go. I would like to see prices lowered on them as they are quite high but for getting speed and encryption features working right off the bat, Super Talent deserves some credit.”
Here are some more Storage reviews from around the web:
- Intel X25-M G2 80GB Solid State Drive (SSD) Review @ ITShootOut
- OCZ Vertex 2 100GB SSD @ Techspot
- Patriot Zephyr 128GB SSD @ Neoseeker
- Western Digital SiliconEdge Blue 256 GB Solid State Drive @ TechARP
- Kingwin DockMaster USB 3.0 Hard Drive Docking Station Review @ Tweaknews
- RunCore Pro-V SandForce SF1200 SSD @ Benchmark Reviews
- Kingston SSDNow V SNV425-S2BN 128GB Solid State Drive Bundle @ Tweaktown
- ASUS BC-08B1ST Blu- ray @ PureOverclock
- Corsair Force F100 100GB SSD Review @ Hardware Canucks
- Indylab Touch USB 2.0 500GB external hard drive review @ Elite Bastards
- QNAP TS-459 Pro NAS @ PC Review
SuperTalent’s USB3 thumb drive arrives; hot hot hot!
Source: PC Perspective
SuperTalent’s new USB 3.0 SuperCrypt thumb drive has a lot going for it. You get the security of two AES encryption options, including an STT encryption utility for password protection and 128-bit ECB encryption, so your data is secure. You also get to access those files faster, 216 MB/s if you install SuperTalent’s proprietary driver. If you are interested in a thumb drive that gives the performance of an SSD you owe it to yourself to see Ryan’s full review.