I think it is a pretty safe bet that we have all come to love USB thumb drives. I still remember the first time someone handed me one at a LAN party. At that time they were in their infancy, kind of clunky like a 1960s car, a little slow but it sure beat the heck out of burning a driver on a CD to pass around.
Fast forward to present day and you can get small drives like the Super Talent Pico C that impressed us with its small size and go everywhere charm, the Kingston HyperX that is capable of maxing out your USB2.0 ports transfer limit and any number of odd shaped and themed products that are floating around. The thumb drive is here to stay and evolution of the product line will continue to drive us to faster speeds and more capacity.
Today we are looking at a high capacity drive with a luxury package, the Super Talent Luxio. In this case the luxury aspect doesn't accompany a ridiculous price point, as the Luxio is priced equal to similar capacity drives.
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