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Taiwan's OCZ Technologies is reportedly just three weeks out from shipping its Colossus solid state drive range, which will come in 128GB to 1TB capacities. And courtesy of Engadget, we now have pricing.
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.
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 US$479, US$259 and US$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 they're too big to drop into the smallest laptops (MacBook Air owners will weep), they might be just the ticket for people looking to cheaply upgrade to SSD--OCZ claim ten times faster than their HDDs and half the power. Available "soon." Press release below.