Interview: Alex Mei / OCZ

Posted on Sunday, Jul 13 2008 @ 08:16 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Alex Mei has recently been promoted to Executive Vice President of OCZ Technology. In TPU's interview he shares interesting details about how he got into the Industry, also he talks about OCZ's past and planned future. For example DIY notebooks and the Neural Impulse Actuator.
Q: What ever happened to the Hydrojet? I think consumers like the idea of a self contained water cooling system for the CPU. It is much easier than running tube. Is the project on hold or discontinued?

Alex: We demonstrate a lot of our technology at events, and unfortunately not all of it will make it to final mass production as we want to be 100% sure that the product we release to market delivers superior performance and value to consumers. I can say that while you won’t see the Hydrojet, at least in the form of our earlier prototypes, we are continuing to develop and refine our enthusiast coolers including self contained water cooling solutions and water blocks.
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