OCZ's new Octane series is the first solid state drive to squeeze one full terabyte of storage into a 2.5-inch drive, but the awesome doesn't stop there. It has read speeds of up to 560MB/s and write speeds of 400MB/s, versus top competitors who are at 500MB/s read and 315MB/s write.
Oh, to have the lightness and speed of an SSD, but with the capacity of a hard drive! OCZ, the mind-reader it is, has made a component that will offer up to 1TB in HDD space, and up to 120GB in SSD.
OCZ announced their new line of SSDs for the first part of 2010, and it includes an external USB 3.0 SSD that can transfer at speeds up to 357 megabytes per second.
OCZ's new Colossus drives are among the first SSDs designed for desktops, and they're the very first to store up to 1TB of data. Oh, and on top of all that, they work pretty well, too.
Ars tricked Matt Woodward into running a gauntlet of tests on eight USB flash drives—a gadget you typically only evaluate by price/storage—to discover the secret king of flash drives. It's an epic piece.
Netbooks are everywhere, and yours just doesn't have the nerd cachet it used to. If this really bothers you, you may want to consider building your own netbook, like the OCZ Neutrino.
Test Freaks wrangled as many flash drives as they could and ran them through an oddly intense testing regime, finding out that your choice in USB stick brand may actually matter.
The external SATA standard is still a comparatively rare and inconsistent one, but OCZ has designed the Throttle, an eSATA flash drive with a clever compatibility trick up its slee—err, cap.
If we looked between the couch cushions, we could probably find 20GB or so in various roaming flash media. Yet it all goes unused whenever we pull out the trusty USB stick.
OCZ's new Core Series SSD's are designed to be large and affordable. So the new 2.5-inch SATA II flash drives are coming in 128GB, 64GB and 32GB sizes at $479, $259 and $169 respectively. They don't match up to the 200Mbps read speeds Samsung has promised-managing 135Mbs- but that price point is pretty low. And while…
The OCZ Trifecta combines SD, MicroSD, and USB into one super device that may not be a creation of Earth. I's kinda like if one were to combine bacon grease, butter and lard in one package; it's pretty sure to get the job done, whatever it may be.
Like Emotiv's Project Epoc, OCZ's Neural Impulse Actuator turns your brain into a video game controller. The headband's neural sensors are located up front, reading your neural activity the same way that an electrocardiograph reads your heart (though fortunately the NIA doesn't require you to lube up before putting…
The OCZ Equalizer Laser Gaming Mouse brings unique features for gamers such as a quickly adjustable dpi sensitivity, letting you choose from six dpi settings between 400dpi and 2500dpi. The orange button is called the Triple Threat, because each time you push it, it sends three mouse clicks, letting you shoot three…
Insult them all you want. OCZ's new DDR2 PC2-9200 FlexXLC memory sticks know how to keep their cool. Operating at speeds of up to 1150MHz, these memory modules can dissipate heat via their built-in air fins or can be kept from blowing their lid via water cooling, which is injected through the module's copper tubes.…
Not quite as small as the Sony Drives, which are pretty much just a thin sliver of circuits and plastic these OCZ Roadster drives are pretty darn close. The drive consists of a little hook for a lanyard or your keychain, a USB port, and a folding plastic cover. It's shorter than the Sony drive, but has more…