Friday, April 20, 2012

OCZ technology introduces 1TB SSD

OCZ Technology has introduced a new 1TB solid state drive (SSD), priced at an oh-so-affordable $4,000…
"The MLC NAND flash is meant for desktop users who want to reap the benefits of the faster performance, quiet operation and durability inherent in SSD drives coupled to capacities that more readily mirror traditional hard drives," according to Electronista.
"These drives offer 260 Mbps read/write speeds, plus 140 Mbps sustained write speed (for the 120 GB models) and 220 Mbps sustained write speeds for everything else," writes I4U News' Robert Evans.
"OCZ boasts about the series' 'excellent' mean time between failure (MTBF) rating of one million hours, and backs up the drive with a three-year warranty and dedicated technical support," notes PC Mag's Matthew Murray.
"OCZ competitors Corsair, Kingston, Patriot, or some other vendor, will likely introduce their own 1TB SSDs before too long, which should bring prices down both at the high-end, and hopefully drive prices down for lower capacity drives as well," writes Crave's Rich Brown.
More here from PCWorld … more here from Gadgetsteria … more here from Pocket-lint … and more here from TechSpot.  Source from

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