OCZ Release Premium Gold series SDHC cards

"With upto 16gb of storage crammed into a memory card not much bigger than a postage stamp."

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OCZ Release Premium Gold series SDHC cards.

Today OCZ have launched their new line of memory products- Premium Gold SDHC cards. Avaliable in 4, 8 and 16gb variants they offer a large amount of storage in a compact media.
Sunnyvale, CA—December 12, 2008—OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory, today announced the launch of its new Gold Series Secure Digital™ High-Capacity (SDHC) flash memory cards, to offer professional phographers and videographers unbridled performance combined with ample storage capabilities for high-resolution pictures and video. These premium memory cards offer photography enthusiasts incredible speeds and capacities to deliver the tailored storage they demand.

“OCZ’s new Gold Series SDHC cards are designed for professional photography and high definition video applications where enthusiasts demand the highest level of performance to match the file sizes and speed capabilities of their specialized cameras and video equipment,” commented Alex Mei, Chief Marketing Officer of the OCZ Technology Group. “The new Gold Series cards make use of premium quality flash and are optimized for shooting large RAW files with the latest D-SLR cameras and exceed the performance requirements of the latest 1080 high definition camcorders.”

OCZ Gold Series SDHC cards are ideal for the latest D-SLRs and HD video cameras to deliver exceptional shooting performance, speed, and reliability as well as accelerate photo and video transfers from card to computer. With a blazing Speed Class 6 at 150X write rate and available in 16GB capacities, the Gold Series is designed and optimized for HD video enthusiasts and photography professionals capturing large volumes of high resolution images and video.

OCZ Gold Series SDHC cards are available in 4GB, 8GB, and 16GB and come backed with an industry-leading Lifetime Warranty and free technical support for the ultimate peace of mind.

You can view the full press release here.
The product page is avaliable here.

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09-12-2008, 05:29:43

WC Annihilus
"Activision Blizzard reveals its upcoming 2009 lineup, including the next installment in the popular Call of Duty series"

Read on

09-12-2008, 05:34:01

Modern Warfare 2 :)


09-12-2008, 08:17:09

All I really get from this is that they must have sacked all the people in the "creativity and ideas" team 4 or 5 years ago.

09-12-2008, 08:33:02

CoD 4:Modern Warfare 2?

Thats the worst name ever.... and at the rate they are churning out these games no doubt a shameless money grabber.

09-12-2008, 13:01:22


CoD 4:Modern Warfare 2?

Thats the worst name ever.... and at the rate they are churning out these games no doubt a shameless money grabber.

lol. so true on the name.
but cod7 is NOT gonna be in WW2 since they finished WW2 in CoD5.
CoD6 is probably gonna be the same as CoD4 in almost every aspect.
Same graphical engine.
Same gameplay.
Only new story which I hope is worth it.
The story in CoD4 sucked. No offence.

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