OCZ Announces Slate Series ExpressCards for Notebooks

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Keith E. Whisman

Hey OCZ instead of coming up with probably useful things like this why don't you develope 4gb, 8gb and 16gb DDR3 memory modules.

Come on right now the most memory you can have in any X58 MB is 12gigs and that's only if that mb comes with 6 memory slots.

I want memory.. Gobs and gobs of memory.  Let hard drives take care of my storage problems.  

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dcrail

So it's slower, larger in size, and I can't pull it from my laptop, and plug it into a desktop?  Tell me it costs twice as much and I'm sold!

 

 

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nekollx

you might want to actually read the article.

 

Reading Whod have Thunk it!

 

it clearly says it has a usb port to connect it to your desktop, and as for larger in size it goes in the express card slot. That makes it pratically invisible with no hanging dongle to trip over.

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Keith E. Whisman

It says that it's USB2 compatible but it's an express slot drive. I don't think it actually has a usb port on it. I think it's speed in comparable to a usb2 drive. But this is a guess as they don't specify. Thanks for the not so detailed article.

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Paul_Lilly

I thought listing USB compatibility was pretty clear, but if not, the included link to the product page goes into a little more detail. In short, it comes equipped with a mini-USB port and ships with a mini-USB cable.

Will be interesting to see what price point OCZ sets these at.

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Keith E. Whisman

Cool thanks.. Perhaps I worded it wrong up above. I didn't mean to offend the author. I apologize. I just have an extremely strange sense of humor.

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Paul_Lilly

No offense taken, Keith - I just wanted to clarify, as I know people sometimes miss the hyperlinks. But unless there's an oversight, most news stories should include at least a link back to the original source, and anywhere else that might be relevant.

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Keith E. Whisman

I defended you befor when you were called a Hack.... I wouldn't have had to work at it if there were a notice that the stories here are for the most part taken from around the web. Like a little notice in each blog that this comes from Hardocp or newsmax or something like that. That way my favorite bloggers here on MaxPC.com don't get attacked and I don't have to defend.. LOL... I'll still defend you guys though.. 

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nekollx

you mean like hyperlinking their source in the first 3 words of the blog?

 

Oh wait they do that....d'oh!

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Keith E. Whisman

I was thinking alot like what HardOCP does. They don't leave any doubt on where the source material is from. 

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