While the performance it offers does vary from good to great, the ST Express RC8 - powered by SandForce SSD controller - is nearly the perfect blend of power and portability. The increased longevity it offers is also a bonus.
Performance profile of this reader is simply astounding. The only caveat is you will need speedy UDMA CF & SD UHS-I cards to really show what this reader can do. If all you own are typical SD cards, then the Lexar's abilities can be considered overkill.
While the Nexcopy SSUSB160PC duplicator is not without its minor flaws, for the most part, it will be a real productivity enhancer. Just remember your results will only be as good as the flash drives you use.
With its looks and great read speeds, the FastKey is sure to turn heads. Unfortunately, its less than optimal physical design coupled with less than stellar write speed may leave you wanting more from such a costly device.
Kingston HyperX Max USB 3.0 SSD is one mean machine. It has both speed and looks to make even the most cynical consumer lust after it. With a price tag of about $300, it is actually affordable considering all the power it offers.
The Express RAM Cache & Ceedo bundle is everything you could want in a flash drive. It is pretty fast, still reasonably-sized and comes with virtual desktop software for only a small increase in price over the basic model.
While not the fastest USB 3.0 drive, DT Ultimate 3.0 is very tempting with enough speed to satisfy most customers' needs. If you don't mind giving up some read speed for longevity, then it may just be right for you.
SuperCrypt is a marvelous piece of engineering with its speed and security. If you have a need for relatively safe, yet fast storage, the SuperCrypt is recommended. The only caveat is that encryption relies on ECB.