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Thursday, December 11, 2008
SuperTalent Pico USB Flash Drives

2. Tests

Let's run the HD Tach v3.0.1.0 now and see how the drives perform in the full length tests:

The full bench test scans the entire capacity of the module and displays a graph of average reading/writing performance.

As you can see both models performed exactly the same way. The performance of SuperTalent 8GB PICO-C/D drives is very good, with 31.3MB/sec reading and 13.2MB/sec writing. We can say that these babies can be easily compare with much bigger USB flash drives, at least in the reading tests. When writing, the drives are faster than the rest small-sized competitors.




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