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OCZ Vertex 2 E Series 120GB Solid State Drive Exclusive Review - The Packaging

The landscape of the SandForce market is changing today with many drives getting more capacity. MyDigitalDiscount.com celebrates big with OCZs number.

| SSDs in Storage | Posted: May 24, 2010 7:18 am
TweakTown Rating: 94%      Manufacturer: OCZ Technology

The Packaging

 

As stated previously, the new Vertex 2 E package was not in the US when our sample was shipped from OCZ Technology in California. The new E models were in route from manufacturing and given the day of the week it was not possible to send a drive with proper packaging next day air and still publish this review today. With that said, we'll still give you a bit of a picture in writing.

 

At the top right we see where the label will be changed on the new extended capacity drives. OCZ has put together a nice package that informs retail shoppers looking at shelved drives the capacity, a few features and the inclusion of a 2.5 to 3.5" form factor adapter bracket.

 

The back of the package has some general information about the Vertex 2 and there are a couple of stickers here that will also be changed on the new extended drives.

 

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The inner packaging remains the same. The drive is kept secure in the middle of closed cell foam with the adapter screws off to the side in a secure chamber. This sample of the Vertex 2 arrived with a paper document and a sticker, something that we didn't receive with our 100GB Vertex 2. The adapter plate was secured to the back of the foam and away from all of the other components.

 

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Here we see the drive, adapter plate and screws for securing the two together.

 

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