Originally Posted by Easy Rhino
when i see something like this i immediately think of SCSI and how it was superior to IDE but never made commercial success because of its price. everyone then argued that SCSI would eventually come down in price as more people demanded the faster drives but by the time that happened we got SATA. i think what we have here is another expensive solution to speed problems. some new technology is probably being tested right now that won't be as fast but will cost way less.
Being tested? It already exists.
4x G.SKILL Phoenix Series FM-25S2S-120GBP1 2.5" 120GB...
HighPoint RocketRAID 2310 PCI Express x4 (x8 and x...
480GB that is virtually just as fast for $1000, or $400 less than the OCZ RevoDrive. It just isn't as pretty and in one nice package.