I have both a 16 (as opposed to the reviewed 32) GB SuperCrypt and a 32 GB Express Drive from SuperTalent. I only installed the driver for the former, since the latter seemed to work with it.
I recently reviewed a USB 3 cable bought from Amazon. In that review I used that SuperTalent 32 GB USB 3 Express drive for benchmarking. Funny, my admittedly caching read numbers were much higher (see http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003HC8H26/ref=cm_rdp_product): "Using two runs of Totusoft's LAN speed test v2.05 [...], I got read speeds of 115 and 145 MBps (Mega-Bytes) from a 32 GB Super Talent USB 3 'Express Drive'." It would seem that the read number is limited by the SuperTalent 32 GB USB 3 Express drive's read ability, so this number should be meaningful. I didn't explore any issues with 1KB definitions and how they might affect speed with the Totusoft's LAN speed test v2.05. A second inquiry (http://www.amazon.com/review/R2QSWJQUXUEBY9/ref=cm_cd_notf_message?ie=UTF8&cdForum=Fx2T0RBSYKS92DF&cdPage=1&cdThread=Tx289AQ7W2LXBUM#Mx2ZALEYJ9F39WV) led to a rerun of these speed tests; that found "LAN Speed test (2.05, Totusoft.com) showed 456.79 MBps write (caching on) and 145.08 MBps read (Caching on) (MBps=MBytes per sec)." With my test parameters noted (using a Asus P6X58D Premium mb), my numbers seem higher. My 16GB SuperCrypt was even faster reading (MBps (Mega-Bytes): 115.04 (write, caching off) 165.64 (read, caching off) than my 32 GB Express Drive, but that was performed under different conditions with another version of LAN Speed test. Old, but same day (and same, but unknown LAN Speed test version) results using the 32 GB Express Drive found the following: MBps (Mega-Bytes): 514.35 (write, caching on) 148.12 (read, caching on).