COMPUTEX — Having recently taken Super Talent's USB 3.0 RAIDDrive for a spin, we were curious to see what other USB 3.0 goodies were in the company's pipeline. We paid a visit to the Super Talent booth here at Computex and got the skinny on an upcoming, bite-sized thumb drive with USB 3.0.
Super Talent tells us this bite-sized thumb drive will be not much bigger than its existing, USB 2.0 Pico drive. Users can look forward to speeds of up to 60MB/s during reads and 30MB/s during writes, we learned, and pricing should be comparable with what the firm charges for the ExpressDrive, its current cheapest USB 3.0 solution.
The bite-sized USB 3.0 thumb drive should be out in stores within the next 30 to 60 days.
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