OCZ Intros New 3.5-inch "Colossus" SSD

In keeping with this, OCZ today announced a 3.5-inch SSD dubbed Colossus. To be made available in the next two months you’re looking at 512 GB and 1 TB versions of the device. As for aesthetics, we're sorta diggin' the whole industrial look. All that aside, there’s nothing about pricing out there so we don’t know how much one of these things is going to set you back, but how much would you be willing to fork out?

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  • njalterio
    I would not pay more than $300 for the best SSD. For that much money I could get a 300 GB Velociraptor and a 1 TB drive, which would also be a quite a bit more capacity. Wouldn't be quite as fast, but for what I do its more than fast enough.
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  • Tindytim
    I was wondering why I didn't see any 3.5" SDDs. Makes sense to me.

    Although, I never really wanted a SSD that large considering I'd only install my OS and some apps on it.
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  • Pei-chen
    I wouldn't pay more than $200 for any single piece of hardware in my computer so better keep this below $200 (fat chance). OCZ will ask for $1k+ for this.
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