A different SandForce controller is used than in the other Flash devices
Truth be told, Mushkin formally announced all these products at the same time, and arranged them all next to one another at its booth in Las Vegas, Nevada, at CES.
The ProSpec enterprise 2.5-inch SATA 6.0 Gbps solid-state drives are different from the aforementioned devices in that they use the SandForce SF-2581 controller, rather than SF-2281.
They also have 128-bit AES encryption and transfer speeds of up to 560 MB/s.
On that note, the random read and write performances are of 80K and 42K IOPS, respectively.
All newcomers have TRIM support and SMART. They also comply with FCC, RoHS and CE ratings.
Sadly, Mushkin was tight lipped about availability and prices.