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480GB USB 3.0 Thumbdrive from Mushkin - Ventura Ultra @ CES 2014 - PCSTATS.com 480GB USB 3.0 Thumbdrive from Mushkin - Ventura Ultra @ CES 2014
Tue, Jan 07 2014 | 4:41PM | Filed under: Memory| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

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At CES 2014 today, Mushkin released details on the staggering, 480GB Ventura Ultra USB flash drive. In continuation of the current line of 60GB, 120GB, and 240GB models, the Ventura Ultra 480GB USB 3.0 SSD was unveiled.

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The latest Ventura Ultra offering retains the ultra-high performance of the lower capacity models while now offering 480GB of storage.  The LSI SandForce SF-2281 powered USB SSDs provide best in class throughput of 455MB/s reads and 445MB/s writes while providing up to 39K 4K random IOPS.  The Ventura Ultra also is capable of operating in UASP mode, which enables SSD performance in the USB flash drive form factor. With its attractive and light-weight aluminum housing, the Ventura Ultra provides outstanding durability and thermal management.

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"When the Ventura Ultra first released, it was very well-received and continues to outperform the competition in the high-end portable storage space.  Everyone wants greater performance and capacity for large projects and media.  With the success of the original Ventura Ultra, we realized that we needed to innovate to offer even greater capacities while retaining high read and write speeds for data transfer," said Brian Flood, the Director of Product Development at Mushkin Inc. Full details on where and how much the Ventura will cost at www.mushkin.com

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