OCZ Unveils Ultra-Portable Spyder USB 2.0 Drive - HotHardware
OCZ Unveils Ultra-Portable Spyder USB 2.0 Drive

OCZ Unveils Ultra-Portable Spyder USB 2.0 Drive

OCZ Technology Expands its Diverse Flash Lineup with the new Ultra-Portable Spyder USB 2.0 drive

Sunnyvale, CA—June 11, 2008 —OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory, today announced the latest addition to its award-winning lineup of performance flash drives with the all-new Spyder, first debuted at Computex 2008. Undertaking exciting new endeavors in the flash memory market, OCZ is all about affordable, portable, and innovative style with this super-sleek and cap-less design that offers students and professionals highly reliable and high-capacity flash storage at an aggressive price point.

 


“With the latest flash technology, OCZ saw the opportunity to serve customers that are always on the go with our new ultra-portable Spyder USB drive,” said Alex Mei, CMO, OCZ Technology Group. “The Spyder is an ultra portable and lightweight USB drive that features an innovative slide design which eliminates the possibility of ever losing a cap, making the Spyder the perfect USB drive for consumers to carry their valuable data and multimedia with them at all times.”

Like all OCZ flash drives, portability and size is a defining factor, allowing users to operate adjacent USB ports without needing to unplug other peripherals. The Spyder offers excellent performance at a value while maintaining a sleek and portable form factor, offering up to 8GB of storage without the extra bulk. With up to 35 MB/sec read speeds and an array of high capacities, the Spyder is ready to take on your most daunting file storage and transfers in style.

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As someone who has lost a few caps over the years I applaud the capless design. Now I have to worry about losing the whole thing! :)

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That is one of the best flash drives i've seen to date, aside from the free HH one Big Smile

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mentaldisorder:
That is one of the best flash drives i've seen to date, aside from the free HH one Big Smile
 

Agreed.

I use my HH drive to store back-ups of all the latest drivers along with part of my wallpaper collection.

What do you use yours for mental?

 

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If I may be permitted to answer as well. I have the latest drivers for all kinds of hardware as well. I also have a bootable copy of Ubuntu Linux. (For getting at data from pesky Windows machines that refuse to boot.) A copy of Ad-Aware and Spybot as well as Virus removel tools and a text list of BIOS key combo's for retail systems (Getting old and can't remember them all!) round out Flash drive one.  I would tell you what's on Flash drive two but I would have to kill you..... :)

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recoveringknowitall:

mentaldisorder:
That is one of the best flash drives i've seen to date, aside from the free HH one Big Smile
 

Agreed.

I use my HH drive to store back-ups of all the latest drivers along with part of my wallpaper collection.

What do you use yours for mental?

 

 

You actually have a great idea there storing your drivers.  I've been mainly using it for holding my resumes and cover letters for internships that I apply for. And of course I have some hd recovery software on there, just in case.

 

I think I can guess where necro keeps his pron stash...of cars of course.

 

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yeah. Cars that's it!

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I use thumb drives all the time for virus spyware removal tools and data recovery. Great have portability to that degree.

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warlord:

I use thumb drives all the time for virus spyware removal tools and data recovery. Great have portability to that degree.

Thats what I use them for. I also have one with gparted installed on it.

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