In saturated markets a company needs to do whatever they can to stand out from the crowd. Just the other day we looked at the Super Talent Luxio, a high capacity flash drive that packs a luxury design with hardware encryption options rarely seen on competing products. The Godfather Series, also by Super Talent, as the name implies is themed after Paramount Pictures iconic trilogy, The Godfather.
For some, a themed flash drive is just as sexy as a 64GB hardware encrypted drive. To each his own; I can't see my wife toting around a Godfather themed drive, maybe one with a picture of Chris Cornell. Themed items are an extension of ourselves and the things that we enjoy. To my knowledge The Godfather by Super Talent is the first movie themed flash drive and you have to hand it to their marketing to think outside of the box and come up with such a unique idea.
Today we are going to take a look at both Super Talent Godfather drives, the Rubber and Swivel. Both drives are currently available on the market and Newegg lists several capacities in stock at the time of writing.
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