Keep it on the down low, but it looks like OCZ has is using Samsung as a source for its 32GB and 64GB SATA II drives. I guess that’s not really that much of a shock. But it’s good news, because OCZ will actually be making these things available naked to consumers, as opposed to Samsung, which has most of its drives locked up in notebooks and such.
So if you’re an early adopter, now’s your chance to switch your system disk over to an insanely expensive solid state disk. It’ll only run you half a grand for 32 gigs or a grand for 64. Or if you prefer, wait a little while and get the 128 gig version, and I’ll let you do the math on how much you can expect to shell out for that thing.