USB 3.0 isn't really on the market yet and already manufacturers are making claims of the fastest this and smallest that for the new specification. OCZ and Symwave have announced that they will be debuting a new external storage product during CES 2010 that uses the USB 3.0 connection.
OCZ claims that the product will be the smallest, highest performance, and lowest power consuming USB 3.0 device. That is all the hard facts that either company will offer. If you think about the product line at OCZ, you don't have to be a genius to guess what is going on.
OCZ is going to pull the wraps off some sort of SSD that is inside an external USB 3.0 connecting chassis. The small bit means it will be a 2.5-inch SSD or perhaps a flash drive. I would like to see the 1TB Colossus SSD crammed inside a USB 3.0 housing myself.
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