CES 2010 CoverageBosco - January 6, 2010
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OCZ this year had a lot of goodies to show off, including a lot of its different SSD lines. There were plenty of varied capacities and sizes for every user including 2.5” drives such as the Agility series, Vertex series, and Solid series, to larger drives such as the 3.5” Colossus. There were also the PCI Express based larger capacity drives, and even a mini 1.8” SSD designed for smaller applications such as netbooks. The capacities this year were enormous. Each of the drives offer different levels of performance and storage capacity. That means you should be able to find one to suit your needs and no matter the budget there is a drive for everyone who wants to take their system to the SSD level.
The Z-Drive p88 for one is a modular type design that has a capacity of up to 2TB when the daughter card is used. The p88 can have two layers when the daughter card is added, or remain slim and only take up one expansion slot without it. For server or hard core enthusiast this setup allows unbelievable storage expansion at break neck speeds. Be prepared though, as it will set you back a pretty penny.