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Friday, March 13, 2009
SuperTalent Luxio 64GB

3. Final words

The Luxio series of flash drives combine style with increased storage capacity and usability.

The 64GB version we tested today is more than enough for the needs of the average user. The AES-256 hardware encryption conveniently controlled through the SecurLock software and ensures the safety of your data.

Flash drives generally don't come with fancy accessories, but the Luxio series includes a form fit leather case that keeps with the luxury feel. SuperTalent obviously had in their mind female users when they designed the drive, which is well packaged and could be easily match with staff found on the business bag of an office lady.

We were slightly confused by the conflicting numbers we got from the various benchmarking software we used. These showed a 17~32MB/sec performance for reading and 19~24MB/sec for writing. we think that the truth lays somewhere in the middle, so the performance is adequate for a 64GB flash drive.

The Luxio is also one of the few drives that carry a Limited Lifetime Warranty, definitely a plus since we are talking about a large drive that you will want to use for many years to come.

The drive retails at ~$140, which is a decent price for this capacity and retail package.

Positive

  • Great capacity (64GB)
  • Good performance
  • Slick appearance
  • Lifetime warranty
  • AES security
  • Decent price

Negative

  • No lanyard
  • The glossy finish attracts fingerprints and smudges
  • No place to store the cap when in use




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