The OCZ Octane series is the first SSD (Solid State Drive) to jam 1TB of storage into a 2.5 form factor. As if that wasn't enough it is also much faster than competitor drives at 560MB/s read and 400MB/s write speeds.
"The Octane series has a new controller called Everest (made by Indilinx, which OCZ recently acquired). They have built a bunch of new proprietary algorithms into it and they make a lot of bold claims, including nearly doubling NAND life, which should give it a whopping ten-year lifespan under average use (which they said was pretty vigorous). It’s supposed to retain most of that out-of-the-box speed even after it’s mostly full and has been though many write/erase cycles, which has been a major sticking point for SSDs in the past. There are no compression, file-type, or file-size limitations, which means you should get the same speed no matter what you’re working with."
The OCZ Octane drives are available in sizes from 120GB to 1TB. In the 3.0 line a 120GB will run you about $156, 240GB for $288, 480GB for $528, and 1TB for $1,100. Expect to see these bad boys in about a week.