OCZ ramp up pen drive speeds with eSATA Flash

Quite frankly, I’m a little surprised that this hasn’t already been done considering there are many motherboards these days that have eSATA ports on them.  Hopefully they will be getting even faster as time progresses.


OCZ claims the Throttle eSATA’s read and write speeds to be up to 90MB/sec and 30MB/sec respectively; far superior to the aging USB 2.0 standard. If, however, for some reason you’re wanting to access the drive’s data on a system that lacks eSATA, OCZ made sure to implement a mini-USB port to cover all situations.