As promised, OCZ is showing off at Computex a whole bunch of solid state drives, as well as a hybrid storage solution which features a PCI-Express x4 interface and brings together an SSD and a hard drive so as to deliver higher speeds and responsiveness.
Known as the RevoDrive Hybrid, OCZ's NAND and platter-pairing drive has multiple SandForce controllers set in RAID hooked up to 60GB or 120GB of MLC NAND Flash memory, and a 500GB or 1TB 2.5-inch hard drive. Like Intel's Smart Response Technology, this drive uses the SSD for caching, while the hard drive is the main storage medium.
The RevoDrive Hybrid is claimed capable of read and write speeds of 575 MB/s and 500 MB/s, respectively, and delivers a random 4kB write performance of 30,000 IOPS.
The 60GB SSD + 500GB HDD RevoDrive Hybrid is expected to become available in July priced at about $350.