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Monday, 09 June 2008 23:57

OCZ prepping the Fortress

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Computex 08: Response to Corsair's Survivor

Besides the Fatal1ty branded modules and PSUs, OCZ has showcased its new USB flash drive that probably comes as a response to Corsair's Survivor, known for its durability.

As OCZ is always doing things with style, so will this new Fortress come with some special features. The details are scarce at this moment and we were able to take a picture of a prototype, just to get a general idea of the product. The one that will hit the store shelves will be probably made out of some durable material like aluminum or even steel.

The mentioned special feature that will separate this new drive from the rest is the small display which should show things like free storage. Even the prototype looks great, and OCZ might have a winner in its hands.

Here is how it looks now and how it should look once it is officially announced.

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