Silicon Power Marvel M60 32GB USB3 Review
Review: Silicon Marvel M60
Silicon Power is a relatively new company which was founded in 2003 by a group of enthusiast engineers and experts in flash media. Silicon Power describes itself as passionate, creative, and hungry for success.
Silicon Power offers various storage products, including USB flash drives, flash memory cards, RAM and also Solid State Drives. You can take a closer look at their product line here, and also find out more about Silicon Power simply by clicking here.
Silicon Power was kind enough to provide me a sample of the Marvel M60 32GB USB3 flash drive for this review. The Marvel M60 series comes in two capacities, 32GB and 64GB. So now it’s time to start this review.
A first look at the drive and its specifications
Let’s start with a visual inspection of the drive, as we see the drive comes in regular packaging.
As we can see the flash drive has a lifetime warranty, and it’s fully compatible with almost every OS. Silicon Power also offers the SPwidget and you can see all the functions of this software on the back of the card and also on the silicon power website.
At the back of the package we can see some more info on the functions of SPwidget, OS compatibility and the basic info on the speeds that the Marvel M60 can achieve.
The front of the USB flash drive. The LED is behind the SP letters, and it has a blue colour.
At the back of the Marvel we can see the slide switch, and also the nice black finish.
A first look at the specifications of the Silicon Power Marvel M60 as they appear on the official website.
As we can see the drive promises speeds up to 100MB/Sec read and 70MB/Sec write, on USB3. Very impressive specifications and it also comes with a lifetime warranty.
Now let’s start our tests with the FAT32 file-system…
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