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Thursday, 13 August 2009 19:51

Corsair offically launches its largest Voyager GT

Written by Slobodan Simic

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128GB of capacity and a dual-controller

Previously seen here in all its glory, Corsair has officially introduced its 128GB Voyager GT flash drive. This new 128GB Voyager GT is a bit bigger than its predecessors, but has a dual-controller design which gives it decent write and read speeds.

The new drive still has a rubber coated shell which gives it water and shock resistant and is a bit larger with 102 x 39 x 18 mm dimensions. Thanks to the use of MLC NAND memory in combination with a dual-controller design this drive is capable of delivering up to 32MB/s of read and up to 28MB/s of write speed.

Basically, Corsair wants to tell the world that if you need and can store 128GB of data, you at least need some decent performance in order not to wait an eternity for it to copy.

The drive comes with a 10-year warranty and can be currently found listed at various retail/e-tail shops for as low as €302,69. You can check it out here.

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