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Wednesday, 11 November 2009 13:33

Corsair shows its new Survivor GT flash drives

Written by Slobodan Simic

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32GB and 64GB versions

As we already wrote a month ago, Corsair has now officially announced its new Survivor GT flash drives, including the new 64GB version.

The new Survivor GT features the same aluminium casing that is water, as well as shock resistant. The drives should feature a write and read speeds of up to 16 and 30MB/s.

These are the top notch flash drives and are currently the best that Corsair has offer in its flash lineup. Both are going to be bundled with a Corsair dog tag and a USB extension cable. The only difference between the drives is in size as the 64GB version is a bit longer.

As we wrote before, the drives are already listed in Europe with a lowest price set at €78,76 for the 32GB and €149,03 for the 64GB version. You can find them both here.

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