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"While flash drives may not be on everyones Christmas list, they certainly do have their uses. With the availability of large fast flash drives like the Rally on the market they might find their way more and more into peoples hardware inventory. Consider that you can move whole CD images, MP3s, important files and so on. In the past this might not have been considered as a choice given the slow data transfer rates, but with the Rally this all changes. It now takes one 10th of the time to transfer data to the flash unit."
"There are only two good reasons I can think of that might make you decide not to buy an OCZ Rally: 1) If you want partitioning or security; 2) If you want a physically smaller flash drive. If those two things don't concern you, then I recommend the OCZ Rally without hesitation. It offers nice style, simplicity and awesome performance."
"With its dual channel technology and the proof that this technology is more than just a name, I would have to say it stands pretty close to, if not right at, the top of the market."
"OCZ technology has come out shooting with the first flash drive on the market to feature Dual Channel technology. The drive consistently smoked every other flash drive we have tested and even solidly bested the benchmarking samples included in both our testing tools. Incredibly our Rally Drive handled both large and small files with ease, with a noticeable increase in speed for larger files as well."
"The price tag of the Rally is marked competitively against their competitors, which makes OCZ's solution a reasonable choice. The performance side of the Rally is neither incredible or extremely poor. It wins and loses here and there, but in the end, it comes down to just being another portable USB 2.0 flash drive. All that really matters, at least to me, is that the capacity is big enough to hold my files. So is the dual channel capability a fluke? I wouldn't say so, but the real life performance sure didn't benefit from it."