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Tuesday, May 01, 2007
OCZ Unleashes VBoost USB 2.0 Flash Drive

Vista ReadyBoost enables the OCZ VBoost to double as supplemental cache memory for faster retrieval and storage of system data and applications.

By providing an instant supply of additional memory, this drive is a cost-effective alternative to expensive RAM upgrades.

OCZ VBoost USB 2.0

"OCZ is pleased to release the sleek and cap-less VBoost USB drive, which is designed not only to be an exceptional USB flash drive but also for consumers looking to take advantage of the benefits of ReadyBoost," said Alex Mei, Executive VP of OCZ Technology Group. "The VBoost drive is optimized for fast easy access and increases system performance when paired with the Microsoft Windows Vista ReadyBoost feature."

The VBoost flash drive is available in 1GB, 2GB, and 4GB capacities

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