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Wednesday, 15 July 2009 15:49

Super Talent doubles Luxio capacity

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Now with 128GB of storage


Super Talent has introduced a new model in its Luxio flash drive lineup, and it packs 128GB of storage in a stylish package. The new Luxio model also has the same 76.5x21x9.5mm dimensions as the previous Luxio drives and comes with the same choice of black, silver or wood grain colors.

The rest of the features include support for password protection, ReadyBoost, AES-256 hardware encryption and comes bundled with custom black leather carrying case. As it was the case with previous Luxio drives, this one is also based on dual-channel flash memory architecture so we are pretty sure that transfer speeds are satisfactory.

The entire Luxio flash drive line is backed by a lifetime warranty, while the 128GB model should appear on retail shelves pretty soon, at a suggested retail price of US $350.

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