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Thursday, 15 October 2009 16:50

Corsair goes 64GB with Survivor

Written by Slobodan Simic

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64GB of well protected storage


In addition
to the update of its Flash Voyager GT line, Corsair has announced a new model in it Flash Survivor series of USB flash drives. The new model features 32GB of storage space and comes packed in the same aluminium case, which protects it from almost anything that you can throw at it.

The drive uses CNC-milled, anodized aircraft-grade, aluminium casing and features EPDM waterproof seal which gives it water resistance of up to 200m. The device is also protected against vibration and impact via molded shock dampening collar.

A while back Corsair decided not to advertise the read and write speeds on its Voyager and Survivor flash drives, but we are quite sure that they are everything except mediocre.

The new drive is already listed here at €129,56.

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Last modified on Friday, 16 October 2009 11:03
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