OCZ Displays FireWire Memory Keys at CeBIT


OCZ Rally 2 Firewire Flash Drives

It seems that the French tech site
59hardware.net
broke the story that OCZ has two new flash drives, 32 GB and 64 GB in size.
I guess there are actually *four* drives though, because they are available as FireWire-400 and FireWire-800 devices.
The FireWire-400 device has both 6-pin and 4-pin connectors on opposite ends.

Using a FireWire interface will make them much faster.
Despite USB 2.0’s much-touted speed, it has never lived up to even half of its promised throughput.
The FireWire interface removes the USB bottleneck and allows for much higher performance.

More pictures of these beasties at The VR Zone.

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