Mushkin packaged the Callisto Deluxe in a black box with little information on the drive outside of its name and the Mushkin logo. The capacity and model number are on a small sticker, the packaging is obviously universal to all of the Callisto Deluxe models, similar to what we see on RAM packaging. Around back there is a short description that doesn’t give away too much, but they are sure to point out the drive's TRIM support. Inside the package the drive was protected by an excessive amount of padding, three to four times as much as we have seen on other SSD’s. Inside that padding the drive is covered by the 2.5 to 3.5 inch adapter. There are also a few screws in a small bag tucked under the SSD in a cutout in the padding.







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garfi3ld replied the topic: #19811 15 Sep 2011 00:15
Way late, but here is a review of one of Mushkins SSD offerings

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