OCZ shows off Enyo USB 3.0 SSD lineup

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OCZ recently launched a new line of portable USB 3.0-powered solid-state drives that offer fast read and write speeds in addition to increased portability.

Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/ocz-shows-off-enyo-usb-3-0-ssd-lineup-29514/](http://www.myce.com/news/ocz-shows-off-enyo-usb-3-0-ssd-lineup-29514/)

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If Intel doesn’t plan to utilize USB 3 until 2012 the PCI-Express might be a better option, I wanted to upgrade my whole computer now ill have to wait another two years Intel will lose money in this case. Why wait for 2012 if USB 3.0 SSD and other drives are available. Intel might be the leader on CPU technology. but lags behind in other tec.

That’s some awome real-time hardware compression they’ve got in these beasty drives …
16:1 for the 64GB drive, 8:1 for the 256GB drive, and 4:1 for the 256GB drive :iagree:

OCZ is in the wrong business … they need to sell those compression hardware chips to network vendors :iagree:

BTW: That equates to 350MB/s assuming your PC/PS3/Network Device/SAN/Server can feed it :wink: