Quick Look: Super Talent SuperCrypt 3.0 – Is it a Flash Drive or SSD in Disguise?

Its great when you get something in your hands that you have been anxious to try as is the case with some toys that I just received on loan from Super Talent today. In returning from the post office, it took all of 5 seconds to install the new driver for USB 3.0 SuperCrypt flash drive and run Crystal Disk Mark and ATTO performance tests.

Take a look below at one heck of a bench from a purported flash drive:

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I can’t help but think what this could actually be capable of. Can I simply clone my present computer and boot from this 64GB flash drive? Can we see a time when we will have our entire computing environment and files in our pocket on a flash drive like this and simply plug it into a clone system at a school, or library, or maybe even a friends?

I am still floored at these scores and will definitely be reviewing this and trying to make it a completely bootable system. Stay tuned folks!!! To think, I haven’t even touched the Super Talent FT2 Tera Drive SSD with the SF-1500 processor yet.

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