OCZ technology was founded in 2000 and entered the memory market, producing such things as, DDR RAM, Video Cards, USB Drives, Power Supplies and Cooling products. Then in 2002 it developed the first SSD card (Solid State Drive) With no moving parts, unlike traditional HDD (Hard ... Read review
easy installation, quiet, stays cool and customer services
Price and small capacity
OCZ technology was founded in 2000 and entered the memory market, producing such things as, DDR RAM, Video Cards, USB Drives, Power Supplies and Cooling products. Then in 2002 it developed the first SSD card (Solid State Drive) With no moving parts, unlike traditional HDD (Hard Disk Drive) which has several moving parts. The Solid State Drives are much like a USB stick. Unlike a USB stick, it uses a "SATA" (Serial Advanced Technology ..."
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Manufacturer's product description
The OCZ Vertex Series delivers the speed and reliability of SSDs at a lower price per gigabyte than other offerings currently on the market and is ideal for mainstream mobile and desktop systems. As the first model to use the Indilinx Barefoot controller, the award-winning OCZ Vertex Series is the result of proven SSD technology that has consistently garnered praise from independent review sites for its outstanding performance.Perfect for a first SSD, the Vertex Series delivers enhanced energy efficiency, increased speed, and superior durability and shock resistance over conventional hard disc drives. The OCZ Vertex drives feature a durable yet lightweight alloy housing, and because OCZ SSDs have no moving parts, the drives are more rugged than traditional hard drives. Designed for ultimate reliability, Vertex Series SSDs come backed a leading three year warranty as well as OCZ's legendary service and support, giving you added peace of mind for your high performance investment. Furthermore, OCZ continues to support the drives with firmware updates and an active online SSD community.