Storage may not be as glossy or as exciting as a new netbook, MID or Smartbook, and as such we didn't see as much hard-drive coverage from Computex as we did mobile devices; still, that doesn't mean there wasn't some deuced impressive hardware lurking at the show. OCZ brought along their Colossus, a 3.5-inch SSD-based drive which boasts 1TB of capacity and sustained read/write speeds of 265MB/s.
OCZ have announced a DIY netbook, the chassis of a 10-inch WSVGA netbook with a 1.6GHz Intel N270 processor, into which the buyer adds RAM, storage and an optional card reader. The OCZ Neutrino netbook supports up to 2GB of DDR2 RAM and either a traditional 2.5-inch hard-drive or an SSD.
PC users are probably more familiar with OCZ performance components inside a PC tower than peripherals like a keyboard, but they do have gaming peripherals lineup named Alchemy, and today they have announced a new upscale keyboard, Alchemy Illuminati that features an adjustable backlit keys with user-selected color choices of blue and red.
With recent bad press taunting the much-trouble Jmicron’s JMF602 series controllers that's been reported with drive stuttering, pausing and lagging issues, OCZ has opted to release the new line of Vertex solid state storage, previously announced here, with the Korea-based Indilink Barefoot controller.
Most Waterblocks contain copper and the present of an aluminum compound in the system would promote galvanic corrosion that’s a no no for water-cooling 101. Apparently OCZ likes the challenge, they have released a new Flex FX memory series featuring the integrated liquid injection system designed with 100% aluminum block.