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Wednesday, 17 September 2008 11:49

Corsair silently launches 64GB Voyager

Written by Slobodan Simic

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When 32GB is just not enough

Corsair has silently launched a new 64GB version of its Flash Voyager USB drive.

The new 64GB USB flash drive comes packed in the same recognizable Voyager case. As all Voyagers before it, this one also comes with TrueCrypt application and a ten-year warranty. The case is still made from rubber, and, of course, it's water and shock-resistant.

It is currently listed at one U.S.-based and one U.K.-based e-tailer/retailer site. The U.S. site, NCIX.com, sells it for $205.65 and the U.K. site, Cconline, has it for £149.99. Transcend's JetFlash V20 64GB is still the only 64GB USB flash drive listed at Geizhals.at.

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