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Mushkin Mulholland Drive 2GB USB Drive Review

gotdamojo06    -   March 8, 2010
Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Price: $ 8.99
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Introduction:

Are you looking for a new flash drive to transfer your digital files? The more that we rely on our computers we are going to have the need to transfer our sometimes large files between them, the easiest and most simple way to do this is to use a flash drive. The convenience of a flash drive means that you do not have to find a blank CD and have to wait for the files to be burned to the disk, you just have to plug your drive in and drag your files into the drive that is plugged into your computer. Well, the Mushkin Mulholland Drive claims that not all USB Flash Drives are created equal and that their's is going to provide you with incredible read/write speeds which will save your valuable time when you are transferring files. I am curious to see just exactly how well this drive is going to compare to the others that are out on the market.

Closer Look:

The packaging for the Mulholland Drive 2GB USB Drive is very simple, as it is just what you would expect to find a flash drive packaged in at the store, you have the plastic packaging that has a piece of cardboard in the center. The Mulholland Drive sits atop the cardboard insert which allows you to see the drive from all angles, except for the back of the drive, while it is inside of the packaging. The front of the package is where you are going to see the Mulholland Drive USB Flash Memory name printed across the top with a picture of a camera, a document, and a film strip below the name letting you know a few of the things that you could store on the drive. Printed under the Mulholland Drive itself you will see the Mushkin enhanced logo. The back of the package is where you are going to find the blurb about the flash drive and Mushkin has also printed their shipping address with their website and phone number to get a hold of them if there was anything that you needed answered.

 

 

 

When you take the drive out of the packaging, you are going to notice that the Mulholland Drive is actually quite light in weight. The front of the drive has the Mushkin enhanced logo printed on it so that you will know who manufactured the drive and when you take a look at the back of the drive, you are going to see the Mulholland name with 2GB printed below it so you will never forget how much space is on the drive and what model it is. A nice feature about the Mulholland Drive is the fact that there is a clear plastic cap that goes over the male USB end so that it does not get damaged and keeps dust or anything else that may find its way in during transportation.

 

Now that we know exactly how the Mushkin Mullholland Drive is packaged and what it looks like, it's time to see what this thing is going to be able to do against the competition!




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Testing: Setup , Flash Memory Tool Kit
  3. Testing: Flash Memory Tool Kit (Continued)
  4. Testing: SiSoft Sandra
  5. Testing: Custom Files
  6. Conclusion
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