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Thursday, 18 September 2008 14:55

Corsair's Flash Voyager Mini goes to 8GB

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Small and rubbery

Without creating a lot of fuss, Corsair has launched its newest Flash Voyager Mini, the one that features 8GB of storage space.

As all the Voyagers do, this one is also packed in a water and shock resistant rubber case, and comes with a retractable USB connector that is a feature unique to this little Voyager. The new drive uses so called Chip-on-Board technology that makes it much smaller and lighter than other USB flash drives and comes with a standard Voyager warranty of ten years.

The performance can be viewed over at Legit Reviews web site here, and this 8GB Voyager Mini should appear at store shelves really soon with a price tag set at around $49.99.

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