Mushkin Announces SandForce Callisto Deluxe SSD

Mushkin Enhanced has announced a new line of solid state drive series called the Callisto deluxe.

The Callisto deluxe sports the Sandforce SF-1200 controller, which helps the drive hit read speeds of up to 285MB/s and write speeds of up to 275MB/s. The Callisto deluxe Solid State Drive is available immediately online at the Mushkin Enhanced website as well as our other online partners, and is backed by a 3-year warranty and an industry-leading support staff.

The Callisto deluxe Series offers new improvements that increase the drives' IOPS (input/output operations per second) to up to 50,000.

Part Numbers:

  • MKNSSDCL60GB-DX - 60GB Callisto deluxe SSD - Web Price:   $180.00
  • MKNSSDCL120GB-DX - 120GB Callisto deluxe SSD - Web Price:   $329.99
  • MKNSSDCL240GB-DX - 240GB Callisto deluxe SSD - Web Price:   $649.99
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  • quantum mask
    meat81Glad these are getting faster but they keep re-introducing new tech in these SSD's that keeps the pricing from dropping, Dammit!!

    I'm sure that's on purpose.
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  • meat81
    Glad these are getting faster but they keep re-introducing new tech in these SSD's that keeps the pricing from dropping!!
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  • meat81
    Glad these are getting faster but they keep re-introducing new tech in these SSD's that keeps the pricing from dropping!!
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  • quantum mask
    meat81Glad these are getting faster but they keep re-introducing new tech in these SSD's that keeps the pricing from dropping, Dammit!!

    I'm sure that's on purpose.
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  • vir_cotto
    MoshikoThey're making a nice profit as the new techs they're introducing don't cost them shit, if anything it makes manufacturing cheaper, and yet the prices don't drop, meaning the more advanced SSDs get the more the companies that make them profit, which is how it should be when you think about it.



    I'm sure they spend a lot of money on R&D department to develop new tech, like die shrinks costs money to develop.
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