Mushkin Enhanced Announces 40 GB Callisto Deluxe SSD
Mushkin, Inc., a global leader in enhanced-performance computer products and, through its Mushkin Select brand, the VAR channel, announced today the release of a new solid state drive in its Callisto deluxe series, a 40 GB version. This SSD is ideal for new adopters of solid state drive technology looking for an extremely fast drive at a very attractive price, and offers excellent performance when coupled with other drives in RAID configurations.
âOur new 40GB Callisto deluxe drives are a product that customers in all segments can enjoy. They are not only a great solution to enter the exciting world of solid state disk technology, but also a great data storage solution for enthusiasts when placed in a RAID configuration.â â" Brian Flood, Mushkinâs director of product development. Boasting read speeds of up to 280 MB/s and write speeds of up to an impressive 270 MB/s, the Callisto deluxe series is equipped with the industry-acclaimed Sandforce SF-1200 controller.
All Callisto deluxe Solid State Drives will be available very soon at the Mushkin website as well as our other online partners, and are backed by a 3-year warranty and an industry-leading support staff.
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