The Vector is set to replace the Vertex 4 as the high-end SSD in OCZ's lineup, when it hits the market. The Vector uses an Indilinx based Barefoot 3 controller. Unlike the Vertex 4's Barefoot 2 controller, the Barefoot 3 controller was developed totally in-house by Indilinx, without assistance from Marvell designs.
The Vector will come in a 2.5-inch form factor, SATA 6.0 Gb/s interface and will utilize 2x nm MLC NAND flash memory. OCZ didn't provide any early performance measurements or expected pricing but expect the Vector to have similar or better performance & pricing than is current Vertex 4 (Firmware 1.5 or greater).
The Vector is expected to released in Q4 in at least two capacities (256 GB and 512 GB) though we expect OCZ will release a 64 GB and 128 GB versions, as well.
Why do you want it to be larger? It's not like 512 GB drives are selling like hotcakes.
Why would you WANT the same thing in a larger package? it wont make it any faster or any cheaper... and these days most SSD drives come with a free 2.5 to 3.5 bracket adapter to mount in Desktop PC's. If yours didn't, the bracket is a simple piece of metal that costs less then 2 dollars in most cases.
I have had every single Petrol Drive I have used fail within 2 months. Every single one! Thats 15 petrols, in 2 months.
I have tried to get an answer from OCZ.. Nothing!
Don't get me wrong, OCZ offered the best performance/price ratio for people who knew what they were doing, but I would never consider putting an OCZ (or any Sandforce) SSD in a computer I built for friends and family. The PITA of constantly going over to fix it just isn't worth it.