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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And that’s Hardware Encrypted too…
Nice Article.
Let’s see your Mac do this!

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Very interested to see what speeds you will be able to boot at. Since USB 3.0 driver and the USB 3.0 host side stack will not be loaded at boot, will it boot at USB 2.0 speeds or will it be able to utilize the USB 3.0 bus to the limit of the standard MSCD (mass storage compliant driver)? So will it be 200MB/s or 40MB/s? That is if the USB 3.0 port is even be available at boot. Inquiring minds want to know. Looking forward to the update!

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