OCZ Expands Flash Lineup with Ultra-Portable Spyder
OCZ Technology Group announced the latest addition to its lineup of performance flash drives with the Spyder, first debuted at Computex 2008.
The Spyder has a slide-top design, unlike flash drives with an easy-to-lose cap. Typical removable caps may get lost and leave the connector plug exposed to possible damage, but the Spyder design eliminates the possibility of losing the cap along with providing protection.
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 up to 8GB of storage and up to 35 MB/sec read speeds.
The Spyder will be initially available in 2GB (P/N: OCZUSBSPY2G), 4GB (P/N: OCZUSBSPY4G), and 8GB (P/N: OCZUSBSPY8G) capacities.
Source: OCZ Technology Group
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