|Super Talent RAIDDrive USB-3.0 Flash Drive|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Storage|
|Written by Olin Coles|
|Thursday, 22 April 2010|
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Closer Look: USB 3.0 RAIDDrive
Super Talent has earned the right to proclaim they've produced the World's first SuperSpeed USB 3.0 flash drive. While this is no ordinary USB flash drive, the SuperTalent RAIDDrive does offer some of the same features and portability as other 'thumb drives' on the market.
In order to house two independent SSD controllers inside of one flash drive, Super Talent's USB-3.0 RAIDDrive has adopted a larger 3.74x1.34x0.61-Inches (95x34x15.4mm) profile. The RAIDDrive will still fit inside the average pocket, but a keychain flash drive it is not.
Super Talent offers their USB-3.0 RAIDDrive in a polished metal finish, with piano-black plastic components embedded into the chassis. The large cap comes away with a snap, but doesn't remain attached to the drive or offer any type of lanyard loop.
In the following sections, Benchmark Reviews will test the Super Talent RAIDDrive ST3U64SRK flash drive on a SuperSpeed USB-3.0 to verify manufacturer speciation's using AS-SSD Benchmark and ATTO Disk Benchmark.