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Friday, 17 August 2007 08:48

Hydrojet to come at the end of Q3

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Updated: At around $100


We had a chance to talk to the OCZ representatives shortly before the first live demonstration of the Hydrojet. Yes, we can now confirm that the Hydrojet working samples will be demonstrated at the upcoming games convention in Leipzig, Germany.

The Hydrojet should be ready and released by the end of this quarter, so if all goes well you should see these products in September. Its suggested retail price should be around US$100 and at press time we don’t know the European price.

We will let you know how it works in action as we expect to see it as early as next week.

Updated: We saw this cooler back in March at Cebit 2007.

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