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OCZ ramp up pen drive speeds with eSATA Flash

introducing Throttle eSATA flash drives

| Storage News | Posted: Dec 4, 2008 10:17 pm

OCZ are on a bit of a roll with their flash drive line-up this week. After having first announced their new CrossOver USB Flash series which carries an integrated MicroSD Adapter, they now bring us the Throttle eSATA Flash Drive series.


OCZ Technology Introduces the Throttle eSATA Drive, Offering Enthusiasts Blazing Performance over Traditional USB Flash Storage


As the name implies, this drive's best feature is the inclusion of eSATA connectivity to really get those transfer speeds crankin'. OCZ claims the Throttle eSATA's read and write speeds to be up to 90MB/sec and 30MB/sec respectively; far superior to the aging USB 2.0 standard. If, however, for some reason you're wanting to access the drive's data on a system that lacks eSATA, OCZ made sure to implement a mini-USB port to cover all situations.


The Throttle eSATA can be purchased in capacities of 8, 16 and 32GB. You can find more information about it within the press release here and the product page here folks.


Sunnyvale, CA-December 4, 2008-OCZ Technology Group, Inc., a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory, today introduced the Throttle eSATA drive, which offers performance and versatility for enthusiasts that demand the best hardware. The integration of eSATA connectivity now extends beyond desktop systems to laptops, offering increased data transfer rates with extreme portability while eliminating extra cords and power cables.


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