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Corsair Flash Voyager, GT, Survivor get a USB 3.0 boost

Call us jaded, but most USB flash drives just don’t get the juices flowing like a new tablet or smartphone. Nonetheless, they’ve become a critical component of many a workflow, and for a device where speed is key, a USB 3.0 boost is certainly welcome. And Corsair did just that with its Flash Voyager, Flash Voyager GT, and “adventure-proof” Flash Survivor lines. The entry level Voyagers ship in 8GB ($17) and 16GB ($24) capacities, while the premium model offers 32GB and 64GB of storage, for $59 and $129, respectively. 8GB ($28) and 16GB ($35) drives in the ruggedized Survivor series are constructed of aircraft-grade aluminum and are water-proof all the way down to 200 meters — that algae-covered Survivor you found 650 feet down at the bottom of the ocean floor? Yup, it probably still works. The new drives are shipping now, and you can find the full scoop from Corsair just past the break.Continue reading Corsair Flash Voyager, GT, Survivor get a USB 3.0 boost

Corsair Flash Voyager, GT, Survivor get a USB 3.0 boost originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 09 Sep 2011 22:05:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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