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OCZ 2GB Diesel USB 2.0 Flash Drive Review
In June 2008, OCZ Technology introduced the 'Diesel' USB 2.0 Flash drive series, which are now available in 2GB, 4GB, 8GB and 16GB capacities. The Diesel USB 2.0 Flash drive has been on the market for nearly a year now and since it has been out for so long the prices have come down. Read on to see if this value drive is worth it!
Article Title: OCZ 2GB Diesel USB 2.0 Flash Drive Review
In June 2008, OCZ Technology introduced the 'Diesel' USB 2.0 Flash drive series, which are now available in 2GB, 4GB, 8GB and 16GB capacities. The Diesel USB 2.0 Flash drive has been on the market for nearly a year now and since it has been out for so long the prices have come down. Today, the 2GB version can be purchased for just $5.99 and the 16GB version selling for $15.99 after a $10 mail-in-rebate. That means the OCZ Diesel USB 2.0 Flash drives should be of great interest to consumers as they have a great price price tag. Getting a 16GB USB 2.0 Flash drive for under $20 is an amazing value as just a couple years ago it would have cost over a $100 for a a drive with this capacity!
Article URL: http://legitreviews.com/article/923/1/
Pricing At Time of Print: $5.99 plus shipping
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Good review and a great USB drive. I just picked one up about a week ago and for $15 bucks after rebate, it really is a steal. I mainly use it to move around small files, but the ability to put full iso's and a ton of other useful tools with 10 gigs of space still left over is nice.
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I have two of the 8gb ones and they are GREAT life savers. I have one setup to boot from so that I can rescue data from seriously borked systems and while it doesn't boot up in 5 seconds flat it is still pretty decent. Everyone should have at least one. OH and I have dropped mine more than a few times and they still work though I'll have to seal it up as they are not water tight. That would make them perfect if they can survive a washer/dryer test =)
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I have the 16GB, and I have no complaints yet!
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