Mushkin Mulholland 16GB & 32GB Flash Drive Reviewgotdamojo06 - September 26, 2010
Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Price: 16GB - $35.49 | 32GB - $66.49
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Personal data files keep on growing larger and larger and the need to transport them from computer to computer and keep them on us at all times is becoming greater and greater. There is a good solution to the need to transport large digital files, which is to keep them on a flash drive. Mushkin has the 16GB and 32GB versions of their previously released Mulholland Drive that you can currently get. The Mulholland Drive series is built with speed in mind, so Mushkin has done all they can to make sure that your transfer speeds and file capacity are going to be as high as they possibly can and keep your pocket happy. I am very curious to see how well these two drives are going to be able to compare to some of the competition.
Looking at the packaging for the Mushkin Mulholland 16 and 32 GB flash drives, they look identical with the only exception being the tag on the drive itself saying what the capacity is. There is the Mulholland Drive logo printed at the top of the package with the tag line under it saying "USB Flash Memory" giving you a simplistic description of what the device packaged is. There is an image of a camera, word document and a film strip giving you a few ideas of the types of files that you could store on the drive. The Mushkin logo is printed at the bottom of the package, letting you know who's product it is. When you look at the back of the package you are going to get a good description of exactly what the drive is intended for, and it goes into describing that Mushkin has engineered the drive to offer incredible read/write speeds which in turn will leave you valuable time when you are transferring files to the drive. There are Facebook and Twitter logos as well as the Mushkin Website and address printed at the bottom letting you know how you can contact Mushkin.
When you pull the drive out of the packaging, you are going to see on one side you have the Mulholland logo printed with the drive capacity printed below it with the Mushkin enhanced logo printed on the reverse side. There is a removable plastic cap that covers the USB connector to keep it safe from getting dirt, dust, or any other physical damage to make the drive unusable.
Now that we know what the Mushkin Mulholland drive looks like, it's time to get into the testing of the drive and see how she compares to the others out on the market. I am very curious to see how the drive compares to the 2GB version that I previously reviewed.