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OCZ Trifecta Secure Digital Memory 1GB

Michael Larabel

Published on 10 April 2007
Written by Michael Larabel
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Whether you're a professional photographer or just a digital camera enthusiast, the last thing you want to run into when traveling or just away from home is forgetting or losing your memory card reader, but with OCZ's latest product you no longer need to worry. The OCZ Trifecta is a memory card that complies with Secure Digital specifications but can be inserted into any USB 2.0 port. If a Secure Digital memory card that can be inserted into a normal USB port is not enough, the OCZ Trifecta is also a microSD card! In this review we will explore the OCZ Trifecta Secure Digital 1GB as we look at how it works and seeing how it can function as a normal memory card.

Features:

· Available in 66x Speeds
· Dimensions: 32 x 24 x 2.1 mm (L x W x H)
· Official Secure Digital (SD) Compliant
· microSD Compliant
· High-Speed USB 2.0
· 5 Year Warranty
· OCZSDTR66-1GB and OCZSDTR66-2GB parts

Contents:

While the OCZ Trifecta definitely isn't the status quo of memory cards, their product packaging is. The Trifecta had shipped in a slim plastic container with a paper insert while the actual memory card was inside a small plastic container (quite similar to the recently reviewed Corsair 1GB 133x and 2GB 60x SD cards). At this time the OCZ Trifecta is available in 1GB and 2GB models.

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