Mushkin had a couple of new and upcoming products in its suite during CES. The first one is a new Striker SSD, which uses Phison's S10 controller coupled with Micron's 16nm 128Gbit MLC NAND. We already took a look at the Phison S10 controller in Corsair's Neutron XT and while it didn't set any new records, it was a decent middle-class controller. My biggest criticism about the Neutron XT was the price, but I'm confident that Mushkin's Striker will be more competitive thanks to more cost efficient NAND and typically Mushkin has been one of the value players. Availability will be in Q1'15, so expect to find the Striker on the shelves in the next two months or so. Pricing is to be announced. Mushkin...
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This is an announcement we have eagerly been waiting for. LSI gave us a short overview of their third generation controller at CES 2012 but it was merely a...22 by Kristian Vättö on 11/18/2013