OCZ Technology today is unveiling its generation products at the World?s largest digital technology tradeshow, CeBIT.
OCZ will be introducing new memory, power, cooling, flash, and peripherals.
"We are solidifying our leadership position in memory and power supplies with
new products that really push the envelope in terms of performance, and will
be tripling the size of our cooling offering, as well as revolutionizing the
way consumers interact with computers and games with pioneering Neural Impulse
Actuator technology," said Ryan Petersen, CEO, OCZ Technology Group.
OCZ will be showcasing ultra-high speed solutions designed for stunning
benchmarking and overclocking. With the recent release of Microsoft Windows
Vista, OCZ will be encouraging end-users to take full advantage of what the
new operating system has to offer with optimized Vista Upgrade kits available
Two new USB 2.0 flash drives will be presented to the media and customers
attending CeBIT this year. The ATV drive features a rubber casing designed for
durability. The DashDrive has an integrated low-power screen that displays
storage statistics and can be customized with name, date, or one of 10
personally created bitmap pictures for true personalization.
OCZ will be also bringing to the market two power supplies for mainstream
gamers and power-users. The ModXStream incorporates the highly efficient core
of the OCZ GameXStream with a user-friendly modular cable management system.
For a mainstream price, the 600W StealthXStream combines a simple exterior
with the quiet and reliable OCZ-engineered core.
In addition to proprietary memory heatsinks and the recently announced
Vindicator CPU cooler, OCZ will be highlighting the HydroJet, a self contained
liquid CPU cooler which offloads heat more efficiently than conventional air
cooling solutions, and makes it easier than ever before for consumers to take
advantage of the benefits of liquid cooling.
OCZ will be introducing (via live demo) the NIA (Neural Impulse Actuator)
which is an input device that takes is the next step towards a full
integration of central and peripheral nerve activity into controlling personal
computers. Neural signals are decoded and combined with each other to create
commands based on the specific permutation of brain, eye, and facial muscle
activity. OCZ is implementing this pioneering technology in upcoming solutions
that address PC productivity and gaming applications.