Specifications, Availability and Pricing
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.
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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