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Corsair upgrades Flash Voyager GT to 128GB

updated 11:50 am EDT, Fri October 16, 2009

Corsair adds capacities to Flash Voyaget GT range

Memory maker Corsair recently upgraded its lineup of Flash Voyager GT USB memory sticks. The rugged drives now come in capacities up to 128GB without increasing in size and also come in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB variants. They still center on a rubber housing that increases the resistance to shock damage and water.

Corsair uses multi-level cell flash chips handpicked for speed, which the company claims leads to performance about three times faster than conventional USB drives. All versions work with Linux, Mac OS X and Windows. The 16GB Flash Voyager GT costs about $37, the 32GB version $87, the 64GB $180, and the 128GB version about $380 after a $20 mail-in rebate. Every Flash Voyager GT is available today.






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  1. macemoneta

    Fresh-Faced Recruit

    Joined: Jun 2009

    +1

    Pricing

    At that price, it would be cheaper to buy an entire netbook with a 160GB hard drive, and pocket the $100 savings. It's not an SSD, it's an MLC thumbdrive.

  1. solefald

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    Joined: Oct 2008

    -1

    wow...

    this is the ugliest thumb drive i have ever seen....

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