Thursday, August 20th 2009

OCZ Technology Announces the Ultra-Affordable Zee USB 2.0 Flash Drive

OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory, today introduced the Zee USB 2.0 flash drive, perfect for users seeking a simple and portable way to tote their multi-media files and documents. For the on-the-go student, gamer, or professional, the OCZ Zee is the ideal companion for a busy digital lifestyle at an affordable price point.

“Designed for the consumer on the go, the compact Zee is an economical USB drive that makes it easy to transfer images, multimedia and essential data between multiple computers,” commented Alex Mei, CMO of the OCZ Technology Group. “The Zee is designed to be affordable to the complete range of consumers, and is available in large capacities up to 16GB yet is both lightweight and compact so that it highly portable.”

The Zee line enables OCZ to offer low-cost options in capacities up to 16GB, so you get more storage for less money. The ultra-sleek design is lightweight and small, just right for users who prefer a simple yet elegant design from their drive. Featuring the ubiquitous USB 2.0 interface, the Zee is a true plug-and-play solution that allows instant access on your laptop or PC without the need for additional software installation.

The Zee USB 2.0 flash drive is available in 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, and 16GB depending on your personal requirements, and comes backed with a 2 year warranty for unparalleled peace of mind, upholding the OCZ commitment to quality.
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9 Comments on OCZ Technology Announces the Ultra-Affordable Zee USB 2.0 Flash Drive

#1
Error 404
They make it sound like they just INVENTED usb drives!
Cheap storage is good, but I'd like to see some read/write benchmarks on different USB brands, because being able to store an 8 GB movie file doesn't mean much if it takes 8 hours to copy...
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#2
hat
Maximum Overclocker
So... exactly how affordable is "Ultra-Affordable"?
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#3
MRCL
Ultra-Affordable? Like, starving children in Ethiopia can afford it?
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#4
hat
Maximum Overclocker
by: MRCL
Ultra-Affordable? Like, starving children in Ethiopia can afford it?
We will never know until they release pricing info.
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AsRock
TPU addict
The Zee USB 2.0 flash drive is available in 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, and 16GB depending on your personal requirements, and comes backed with a 2 year warranty for unparalleled peace of mind, upholding the OCZ commitment to quality.
by: Error 404
They make it sound like they just INVENTED usb drives!
Cheap storage is good, but I'd like to see some read/write benchmarks on different USB brands, because being able to store an 8 GB movie file doesn't mean much if it takes 8 hours to copy...
Really, best part i like is the 1st quote
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#6
BazookaJoe
WOW! An entire article about how affordable this drive is without once even estimating a ballpark retail figure?

But my favorite part is "allows instant access on your laptop or PC without the need for additional software installation"

Because we all know how much bother it is hauling all of our flash drive Driver CD's around in those little cases is...

OH WAIT - NO WE DON'T.

I hope the press guy isn't also the on the tech / design team... For everybody's sake.
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#7
human_error
is available in large capacities up to 16GB yet is both lightweight and compact so that it highly portable.
Oh thank goodness - i'm fed up of the large, heavy usb sticks that i have to lug around all day. This is a breath of fresh air to the currently stale usb stick market where there is no innovation to help rid us of heavy, oversized usb sticks :shadedshu

To be fair though it is hard to come up with any reason to buy your usb sticks over someone else's in the value segment other than lower prices...which they didn't mention....
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#8
1c3d0g
Love the design of these sticks. No bling, just pure business.
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#9
h3llb3nd4
LOL, every company is trying to rip the wii and eee of their names
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