From DailyTech: Mushkin Inc. used to be a top choice for DRAM overclocking enthusiasts at the turn of the millennium. Its DDR RAM was fast, and made for a winning combination with low latency and low prices.
However, it has been overtaken by several companies in the high performance DRAM market in the last several years. Companies such as OCZ Technology have also come out with expanded product lines, including power supplies, peripherals, and Solid State Drives.
In order to compete, Mushkin had to enter new markets. To that end, Mushkin has introduced their first entry into the fiercely competitive SSD arena. The Mushkin Europe Series of SSDs was launched, appropriately enough, by Mushkin Europe. Oddly, it was launched on a Friday, which most companies would never do. Mondays and Tuesdays are the best days to launch products, as Intel, AMD, and NVIDIA have learned.
The Europe series is available with 32GB, 64GB, 128GB, 192GB, and 256GB of storage. 192GB is an odd size, but does fit a gap that other SSD manufacturers have ignored.
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