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Super Talent Double Wide Solid State Drive

Super Talent Double Wide Solid State Drive
alaScore 84

35 reviews

Aug, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 35 reviews of Super Talent Double Wide Solid State Drive. The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.5/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the Super Talent Double Wide Solid State Drive is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Dan Shannon (

64GB Super Talent Luxio Flash Drive


Additional memory is something that we can never have enough of. Whether you're going on a trip and want to take some downloaded movies with you or you just have tons of pictures to back up, a large flash drive is always nice to have on hand. The folks...

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Jul, 2009

Expert review by : Austin Thorne (

Super Talent Luxio 64GB Flash Drive -


Ever since the introduction of Tri-Channel DDR3 memory, we have been seeing a whole slew of different memory types and speeds. But not all memory is created equally. What makes one memory better than another is the ability to overclock and maintain...

This flash drive has got to be one of the most unique items that I've had the opportunity to get my hands on. I haven't seen any other flash drives with a wood like finish, or even one that's built as well as this. I can tell you from past experiences...

Apr, 2009

Expert review by : Nathan Kirsch (

Super Talent Luxio 64GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive


Super Talent has released one of the largest capacity USB flash drives available with their new Luxio 64GB drives. Does high capacity mean low performance? We've given it a test drive to find out for those thinking of investing in a high-capacity...

With its unsurpassed capacity, respectable performance and lifetime warranty, the 64GB Super Talent Luxio drive is a fine choice for those needing a large capacity USB drive. While it won't bring home the prize for performance, the copious storage...

Mar, 2009

Expert review by : Greg Baden (

Super Talent Luxio 64GB Flash Drive


Remember the day whenever 8GB Flash Drives were highest capacity drives on the market and cost a fortune? That time is no longer as we have a chance to look at the Super Talent Luxio 64GB Luxury Flash Drive. Available in three different colors: black,...

High Capacity - 64GB ; So large, could be used as another hard drive ; Luxury Drive ; Built in Encryption Software ; ReadyBoost ready ; Leather carrying case included

Cap hard to remove ; Lacks some basic USB drive advancements ; Leaves fingerprints easily ; Expensive

I was a little disappointed with some of the design of the Luxio. Considering it's high price ranging anywhere between $150-$200 online I would think that Super Talent would take a little more time to invest in the usage of this drive. While some of...

Mar, 2009


Expert review by : The Smith (

Super Talent Luxio 64GB High-Capacity Luxury USB Drive Review


Manufacturers are able to pack more and more capacity in devices based on flash memory. However, solid-state drives are still far away from what mechanical hard drives are capable of. One impressive thing though is that USB thumb drives reached the...

Nice luxurious looks ; Capacity ; Ability to partition ; SecureLock - AES-256 hardware encryption ; Performance ; Leather carrying case ; Price

Nothing to hang the cap when in use

The Super Talent Luxio looks very professional. Its wood finish combined with the metal band creates the luxurious style wanted. Also, who can complain about a 64GB capacity? There is room for a lot of stuff in there! A nice addition is that the user...

Feb, 2009

Consumer review (

Must Buy! for mini-PCIE Netbooks


My Asus 900A had the dinosaur-slow 4GB SSD card, this 64GB from SuperTalent revived my newly purchase netbook top life.

Solid-state memory, NO MOVING PARTS ; Decent read/write speeds ; Compatible with EeePC's using mini-PCIE interfaces ; Easily swappable (I have two, 1 for OSX and 1 for WinXP) ; Shock (as in drop) resistant

not the best bang for the buck

Jun, 2009

Consumer review (

Good value, some worries


I like it. Newegg of course has these drives at the best combination of price and customer service anywhere online. Eeebuntu on my Asus 900a no longer pauses when opening tabs in Firefox and programs. One downside is that it runs noticeably hotter...

Good price, solid performance, unblocks stock SSD bottleneck on Asus 900a, easy to install

Runs hot, questions about durability, still too expensive for anyone but early adopters

May, 2009

Consumer review (



Going to try another brand 64GB for my Eee PC 901.

Worked fine while it worked. Write speeds were pretty decent. Price not too bad

Died after 3 months of use. Card totally fried itself somehow. Now it's out of warranty, and I'm out the money

May, 2009

Consumer review (

NOT FOR Dell Mini 9!!! will NOT REFUND THIS PRODUCT!!! Now I have to try and DIY Mod to use this item in my Dell Mini 9 so I do not loose out on $150!!!

Speed and capacity is the reason why I bought it

IT DOES NOT WORK WITH DELL MINI 9!!! That is my fault though. I should have done some more research. Dell Mini 9 uses Half Mini PCIe SSD. This item is a Mini PCIe SSD

May, 2009

Consumer review (

Works in eeePC 900a w/ 804 BIOS


I'll sell this as soon as a faster one comes out with a better controller.

SATA interface over mini PCIe, ATTO reports speeds very close to advertised maximums, this and a 2GB SO-DIMM makes a $180 refurb eee 900a a respectable performer with Windows7RC

Price -- still a little steep per MB, not as fast as it could be is it's using the junk JMicron controller rather than the Indilinx Barefoot or the new Samsung

Apr, 2009

Product Specifications


Colour of product:Black / Black, Green
Housing material:Polymer
Internal: Yes
SSD form factor:2.5" / Mini PCI Express

Operational conditions

Operating relative humidity (H-H):5 - 98
Operating shock:1500
Operating temperature (T-T):-40 - 70 / 0 - 60 / 0 - 70
Operating vibration:16
Storage temperature (T-T):-55 - 115

Other features



Access time:0.1
Data retention:10 / 5
Data Transfer Rate:3
ECC: Yes
Mean time between failures (MTBF):1000000 / 1200000
Memory Type:MLC / SLC
Read speed:125 / 150 / 159 / 160 / 550 / 90
S.M.A.R.T. support: Yes
Solid-state drive capacity:256 / 64
Solid-state drive interface:PCI Express / Serial ATA II / Serial ATA III
Write speed:350 / 55 / 60 / 80 / 85


Operating voltage:3.3 / 5


Linux operating systems supported: Yes
Windows operating systems supported:•2 USB 2.0 (front)\n•6 USB 2.0 (back)\n•Serial\n•External microphone\n•External Display\n•Headphone/Line out\n•Keyboard\n•Line in\n•Mouse\n•Parallel\n•RJ-45

Technical Details

Operating relative humidity (H-H):5 - 98
Operating shock:1500
Operating temperature (T-T):-40 - 70 / 0 - 60 / 0 - 70
Operating vibration:16
Storage temperature (T-T):-55 - 115

Weight & Dimensions

Depth:10 / 2.98 / 3.21 / 4 / 6.99
Height :3.5 / 4.85 / 5 / 7 / 9.5
Width:10 / 3.58 / 5.08 / 6.95 / 6.99 / 7