OCZ Releases 1 TB 3.5'' Solid State Drive

Posted: Nov 23 2009, 10:33am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:43pm CDT, in News | Technology News

 
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Remember when all solid state drives were tiny? Digitimes reports that OCZ technology has just released a new product line, the Colossus 3.5" Solid State Drive series. These new SSDs are available in up to 1 TB configurations, and start at 128 GB.

The Colossus drives are built with multi-level cell flash and have a 1.5 million hour average time between failures. All of the drives come with a 3 year warranty, and OCZ offers customization for business customers. I just want a single 1 TB drive for my desktop. Working with a solid state drive removes so much of the pain and hassle of dealing with a large hard drive.

There's been no information about when consumers will be able to order these drives, or about when we can expect the first new PCs to roll off the line packing the Colossus. We should know more by Q1 2010.

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