Date: December 7th, 2006
Article by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: OCZ Technology
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OCZ MEGA-KART INTRODUCTION
It was only a few years ago that you could get away with a standard floppy drive to carry your files around. Now with digital music, more complex program and their respective bigger files, you need capacity, but yet need it to be easy to carry.
CDROMS and DVD are a thing of the past when it comes to data transport. No one wants to carry bulky disks around when there are smaller options available. Sure there are some flash drives on the market that are small and go up to 8Gb like the option shown here today, but they are hard to find and actually quite expensive. And what if you don't want a flash drive and want something thin that you can simply insert into your wallet for transport. No one loses their wallet very easily and everyone carries one so here, this might be a good option for the person on the go that needs extra capacity, yet wants it to be easy to carry.
Stay tuned, you might want to check this one out.
OCZ CORPORATE PROFILE
Entering the memory market in August 2000, OCZ Technology was built around the determination to manufacture the best high speed DDR and RDRAM. OCZ was founded by enthusiasts, for enthusiasts, and our commitment to the end-user has not digressed. OCZ Technology has been an innovator in many areas. We were the first manufacturer to make Dual Channel optimized memory available to the public, which originally took advantage of nVidia's Twinbank or Dual DDR architecture, found in their nForce chipset. We have now taken that technology and tailored it for the Canterwood, and Granite Bay chipset's. OCZ developed and was the first to implement ULN technology, which has been a critical element in our manufacturing process for some time. We at OCZ diligently work to improve communication with CPU and motherboard chipset manufacturers prior to the release of their products. Only in this manner can we fine-tune our memory's SPD settings, ensuring a synergistic relationship between the memory module, memory controller, and microprocessor. In today's rapidly evolving semiconductor industry, such communication is not simply research, but a necessary component of our manufacturing process.