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Thursday, 15 March 2007 21:20

OCZ Firewire800 Memory Stick prototype

Written by test1

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CEBIT 2007: Even faster than hard drives

 

OCZ's dr. Michael Schuette, VP Technology Development and JEDEC member has shown us the super exclusive new memory stick. But this time, it won't use the archaic and slow USB. Firewire 800 is in game.

 

As you know, fastest USB memories can achieve 20-30 MB/sec. The OCZ prototype has sustained transfer rate of about 70-80 MB/sec, and remember that even the fastest consumer hard drives rarely have that good performance.

 

For now, we know that the capacities will be 8 and 16GB. Price will be announced, whenever the final version is  finished.

 

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