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Super Talent Luxio 64GB High-Capacity Luxury USB Drive Review

The Smith    -   March 12, 2009
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Conclusion

The Super Talent Luxio looks very professional. Its wood finish combined with the metal band creates the luxurious style wanted. Also, who can complain about a 64GB capacity? There is room for a lot of stuff in there! A nice addition is that the user can partition that 64GB into two smaller partitions of the desired size. One can then be locked with a password using the SecureLock application. Data is encrypted using a dedicated chip inside the thumb drive for maximum protection, which is far more secure than software encryption. Moreover, it has good transfer speeds. They are not as good as The Godfather USB flash drive from the same manufacturer, but in general they are great. Also, with the Luxio is provided a black genuine leather carrying case which can be attached to a belt or anything else. When I compare the prices of different 64GB thumb drives on the market, the Luxio is not at the complete bottom. However, considering its great features that other models don't have, such as hardware encryption and the extra leather case, the price is very reasonable. The only downside I found to the Super Talent Luxio is that when it is in use, there is nothing to attach the cap to, so it may be lost. In comparison, the caps of the Kingston Data Traveler and the Lexar Firefly clip on the other side of their respective thumb drive. Overall, I highly recommend the Luxio 64GB Luxury Drive to people needing a secure way of storing data as well as people who want a high-capacity storage solution, whether it be for personal or professional use.

 

Pros:

  • Nice luxurious looks
  • Capacity
  • Ability to partition
  • SecureLock - AES-256 hardware encryption
  • Performance
  • Leather carrying case
  • Price

 

Cons:

  • Nothing to hang the cap when in use.

 

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