Mushkin Mulholland 16GB & 32GB Flash Drive Reviewgotdamojo06 - September 26, 2010
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Looking at the Mushkin Mulholland drive, I was very much impressed to see how well the 16 and 32 GB versions performed compared to the other drives. They were able to perform quite well for their capacity, and I was surprised to see how close they were to the Super Talent DH 2GB in the real world testing. This is going to prove to be a very valuable aspect of the drive, especially when you are looking at such a large capacity flash drive and you know that you are going to be using the drive for storage for some larger files. The physical size of the Mulholland series is also something that is very appealing to me, as it is not too small that you are going to easily be able to set it down and lose it but it is not too big and bulky that it is going to be uncomfortable carrying it around in your pocket or on your key chain, which is where I usually keep a flash drive. The plastic cap at the USB connector end is intended to keep the USB connector safe from damage, be it from dust and dirt or from being scratched up or bent. The cover on the USB connector is a great idea and I am a huge fan of it, however the plastic cap does not have any way to be connected to the drive when it is removed, so it could fall off and easily get lost. If you are looking for a new flash drive that is going to offer you some quick speeds and you need a larger capacity drive, I would definitely look at the Mushkin Mulholland Drive series.
- Real world file transfers
- Slower results with larger files