OCZ intros Vertex Limited Edition SSD

OCZ Technology unveiled 2,5- inch Vertex Limited Edition SSD. Available in 100GB and 200GB capacities  and built with SATA 3Gb/s,  it features TRIM support and Max Read/Write speed of  up to 270MB /250MB/s ,  reaches 15,000 IOPS (4K random write) and comes backed with a 3-year warranty.


“OCZ has an excellent reputation as a leader in solid state drives, and as new technologies become available, we are continually expanding our solution portfolio to bring enhanced performance benefits to the complete spectrum of our client’s applications,” commented Ryan Petersen, CEO of the OCZ Technology Group. “The new Vertex Limited Edition SSD is our fastest, multi-level cell (MLC), performance-based drive yet and delivers both exceptional speed and reliability for customers demanding a superior storage solution including intensive applications such as audio/video editing, mobile computing, and even use in workstations.”

OCZ Vertex Limited Edition SSD

OCZ Vertex Limited Edition SSD

OCZ Vertex Limited Edition SSD


Source: OCZ

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