OCZ is showing off a couple of new products at Computex in Taiwan.
First up is the FireWire drive.
The patent-pending OCZ Firewire Drive is a new storage solution developed by OCZ to provide the inconceivable high-speed transfer rates enthusiasts can really get excited about. Designed to take over where traditional USB devices simply cannot go, the OCZ Firewire drive project is fully underway and OCZ will be demonstrating the exciting new prototype at Computex. The actual product development is almost completed and this next generation of ultra-fast OCZ flash drives will be available in Q3.
Next is the Neural Impulse Actuator, this device was already shown off at CeBIT in Germany a couple of months ago:
OCZ will be showcasing the latest prototype of the Neural Impulse Actuator which takes the first steps towards the full integration of central and peripheral nerve activity into controlling personal computers. OCZ is implementing this pioneering technology in an upcoming product that addresses gaming applications and will be demonstrated at Computex. The first product will allow users to control PC games without the use of a keyboard and minimal use of a mouse. Each of the Actuator’s 11 signals can be assigned to a specific keystroke on the keyboard or a mouse button; consequentially, gamers can run, jump, and fire faster without “lifting a finger”!
OCZ is also showcasing their new HydroJet CPU cooler:
OCZ will be exhibiting the first live system cooled with the unique OCZ HydroJet, a self contained liquid CPU cooler that offloads heat more efficiently than conventional air cooling solutions. The HydroJet was developed to make it easier than ever before for consumers to take advantage of the benefits of liquid cooling.