OCZ Trifecta Secure Digital Memory

Packaging & Appearance


Packaging

The Trifecta comes packaged in the familiar blister pack that we've seen with many of OCZ's other products. The packaging does a fairly good job at keeping the product inside in top nick while still looking good on a retailers shelf.

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The front of the card insert shows off the main features of the card including diagrams of its various connectivity options. The card and its carrier are, as with the previous SD card we reviewed, mounted in a purpose made clear plastic case. While this does a good job protecting the card and looks good, I'm not sure that having the microSD card and its carrier separate was necessary, as OCZ could simply have used the single SD holder.

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The back of the card insert gives a brief description of the product along with some contact details for OCZs various worldwide offices.


Appearance

As we found with the previous SD card we reviewed from OCZ, there isn't too much to comment on for the appearance of an humble card. This one is slightly different however. As you can see the actual memory is stored on a microSD card. These cards are unbelievably small; I have included an additional object as a means of comparison so you could get an idea of the card's size (or lack of).

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The standard SD card is almost purely a module in which to read or store the smaller SD card. As with the SD Dual, OCZ have integrated their excellent idea of the card breaking half-way and revealing a USB connector. Essentially taking out the need to purchase a card reader to use the device on your PC.

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Next up we'll see how the card performs in a few popular read/write tests...
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