OCZ Releases Diesel Flash Drive

"OCZ Technology Introduces the High-Capacity Diesel USB Drive, a Portable and Affordable Option for Students and Professionals"

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OCZ Releases Diesel Flash Drive
 
OCZ have announced the release of their Diesel flash drive. See earlier this month at Computex, the Diesel line is touted as a durable, affordable portable storage solution for the student, professional, and general computer users.
 
The new Diesel USB drive is the ideal affordable solution for transporting documents and multimedia files,” said Alex Mei, CMO, OCZ Technology Group. “With an optimal blend of performance, portability, and price, the compact yet high capacity Diesel USB Drive is an excellent choice for consumers always on the go.
 
The Diesel flash drive is housed in a small form factor aluminium frame and is available in 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, or 16GB sizes.
 
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23-06-2008, 06:29:22

Rastalovich
Jim did some nice lcd trickery on his Ferrari case.

It`d be nice to be able to get a screen that would eject from a 5.25 bay. Know full well it`d be stupidly priced tho.

23-06-2008, 06:39:32

Jim



It`d be nice to be able to get a screen that would eject from a 5.25 bay. Know full well it`d be stupidly priced tho.



Thermaltake do one of those. I've not actually looked into the price tho - but being as its TT, i should be fairly reasonable I'd expect.

23-06-2008, 06:46:29

Rastalovich

23-06-2008, 07:11:00

Jim

http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/Product.aspx?C=1156&ID=1481

$400 >.<



Not too bad considering my bare-bone touchscreen was £350. Still more than I was expecting from Tt tho.

26-06-2008, 12:05:54

Silentsnake
Ouch! thats kind of pricey lol

sorry i aint been up to date with the post just got home been up in wales on a field trip ;)

good to be back and thanks for all the replys

BTW what do you mean i can mod the PS1 screen? any links

26-06-2008, 12:21:29

nepas

30-06-2008, 13:07:51

rrjwilson
Um sorry to say this but a 7" widescreen TFT will not fit in a 5.25" bay. Check the link posted and it actually says its for a 7" bay which is DIN size (car stereo size). I have been after a flipout screen like that for my computer for years and they are about occasionally but always cost WAY too much (£500+) and given my whole car screen system which plays everything and connects to everything was only £400 i won't shell out.

Don't forget if you want to have a touchscreen one (£20 more if shopping on eBay) then you'll need VMware to keep touchscreen movement separate to mouse movement.
eBay have some good ones at the moment, I'm just trying to decide which side buttons I should get given the orientation of the screen. Hopefully it will easily fit in the case and I can use TouchBuddy to do the in game controls.

30-06-2008, 13:58:24

equk
I was also going to suggest the PSOne screen :)

http://www.computerstuffs.co.uk/pcmodding/electronics/psone_lcd.html

I got offered a half finished mod the same as this for £40 but turned it down :eek:
I think it would look nice, but it's a bit pointless :)

As said above tho, doesn't fit in 1 drive bay :(

30-06-2008, 14:03:28

nepas
at least its only 5 inch so at least width wise it will fit,and its only 2 bays high

29-09-2008, 23:18:12

EverydayDiesel
go with a dell
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