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Wednesday, 22 December 2010 13:29

Mushkin Midnight 16GB USB stick tested

Written by Eliot Kucharik



Review:
Turbo Mode for USB 2.0

Nowdays you can choose from tons of USB sticks, so Mushkin's Midnight Series tries to stand out from the crowd. Obviously, the only significant difference in the flash-drive world is the rated speed. The Midnight Series is rated with 40MB/s read-speed and 30MB write-speed. The only problem is, you need special drivers to reach such speed. The USB stick looks rather big at least for our 16GB test-sample:

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