At first glance, the OCZ Enyo USB 3.0 SSD drive looks pretty delectable, although upon closer inspection, you might feel that this looks more like a render than an actual product shot. We don’t blame you if you feel that way, considering the mass consumer market doesn’t seem to be ready to pick up a 256GB SSD which boasts data transfer speeds of at least 150MB/s yet at the moment. No idea on how much such a SSD will cost when officially released, but you can be your bottom dollar it isn’t going to be a synonym of cheap or affordable.
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