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Super Talent Godfather Series USB Flash Drives - Specifications, Availability and Pricing

With both the Rubber and Swivel Godfathers arriving on his doorstep, Chris looks to see if Super Talent "make an offer you can't refuse".

| USB Drives in Storage | Posted: Mar 8, 2009 5:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 87%      Manufacturer: Super Talent

Specifications, Availability and Pricing

 

Super Talent Godfather Series USB Flash Drives

 

The Super Talent Godfather Series is available in two distinct form factors, The Rubber and The Swivel. Both drives are available in 2, 4, 8 and 16GB capacities.

 

Newegg is currently sold out of the 2GB drives, but they show the 4GB drives in stock at 12.99; 16GB models go up to 34.99 USD. In the 4GB capacity range, Newegg lists 75 thumb drives, the lowest priced is another Super Talent, the ALUMI-4GB and it is priced at 8.99 USD, four Dollars less than the 4GB Super Talent Godfather drives. This is not too bad for a themed premium product.

 

Super Talent Godfather Series USB Flash Drives

 

To spice things up a bit and play off of the Godfather theme, Super Talent has included nineteen images with quotes from the movie trilogy. Godfather fans will find these quite interesting as a hand full appear to be movie posters from France, Japan and Italy.

 

For now the Godfather Series drives are only available in North America. I am sure this has to do more with licensing than Super Talent's desire to put Godfather products in the hands of global movie enthusiasts that can also work a PC. Hopefully things work out so The Godfather Series becomes a global product, but for now it is NA only.

 

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