USB 2.0 was great a few years ago when flash drives were measured in megabytes but now that they are reaching double-digit gigabytes, the interface can be a tad slow. OCZ understands that and hooked its latest flash drive up with eSATA for the main interface. Thanks to eSATA, the Throttle can read at 90MB per second and write at 30MB. That speed is fast enough to playback HD material, according to OCZ. Just so you know, there is a mini-USB interface for fallback situations. The Throttle will come in 8GB, 16GB, and 32BG sizes for a yet to be announced priced.
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