At the ongoing CeBIT show in Hanover, Germany, OCZ is showcasing a host of new products of all shapes and sizes. On the memory front, OCZ has two new USB 2.0 flash drives as well as Trifecta Secure Digital cards that are a "complete, all-in-one combination of Micro SD, SD, and a USB key." One of the USB flash drives has a heavy-duty rubber casing and is branded "ATV", while the other—called DashDrive—has a built-in screen that shows storage statistics and can be set up to display a name, date, or a custom bitmap.
Of course, OCZ isn't all about memory, and the company isn't neglecting its other product lines. OCZ is also showcasing two new power supplies called ModXStream and StealthXStream. As its name indicates, the ModXStream is a modular version of the company's existing GameXStream PSU. As for the StealthXStream, OCZ says that model is a 600W unit with a simple exterior and a "quiet and reliable" interior. OCZ says it is also showing off a so-called HydroJet self-contained liquid processor cooler, which "makes it easier than ever before for consumers to take advantage of the benefits of liquid cooling."
Last, but not least, OCZ plans to break new ground with its peripheral products. The company is showing a live demo of the Neural Impulse Actuator, an input device that supposedly decodes neural signals in order to create commands based on brain and eye activity as well as facial muscle movements. OCZ isn't revealing much about the device, but it sounds somewhat similar to the "Project Epoc" headset recently unveiled by Emotiv.
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