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Thursday, 15 October 2009 16:51

Mushkin shows its Mulholland USB drive

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Incredible read and write speeds

Mushkin has announced its new line of USB flash drives, the Mulholland series. Unfortunately, Mushkin hasn't shed any light on the performance side of these drives except for the fact that it will feature "incredible read/write speeds".

The new Mulholland series will be available in capacities from 2 to 32GB and should be available pretty soon, at least according to our info. The new flash drives look pretty plain and you can expect a mirror finish black casing with a transparent cap, nothing we haven't seen before.

We hope that the new Mulholland series will have a better read and write speeds when compared to their previous SP Series flash drives which had a decent 20 and 10MB/s read and write speeds.

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