OCZ showcased its Z-Drive at CeBIT 2009, which was said to be a MLC-based SSD with 256MB of local cache. With decent transfer speed, it sounds like a good option. The company has now revealed the final shape of the drive. As we can see below, they look neater and more adorable.
Backed by a two-year warranty, the Z-Drive SSDs require extra power via a 4-pin MOLEX connector. Delivering maximum read/write speed of 878/781MB, 878/761MB and 774/646MB per second, the OCZ Z-Drive 1TB, 500GB and 250GB models are available for $3368.99, $2450.5 and $1561.3 respectively.