Tuesday, October 13th 2009

Corsair Announces Updated Flash Voyager GT Family

Corsair, a worldwide leader in high-performance computer and flash memory products, today announced a revamped Flash Voyager GT product lineup. The new product suite includes USB flash drives, with capacities of 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB, packaged in the Flash Voyager’s trademarked ruggedized rubber housing with signature red “GT” highlights.

“Users of high capacity flash drives need fast transfer speeds, as they are typically moving large amounts of data,” said Jim Carlton, VP of Marketing at Corsair. “The Voyager GT combines a highly efficient controller with high density MLC flash to provide excellent bandwidth at a very attractive price.”

The new 16GB Flash Voyager GT also utilizes Corsair’s proprietary water- and shock-resistant, all-rubber casing so that users can be confident that their data is secure and protected from damage. Independent reviews of Flash Voyager products have demonstrated their ruggedness, durability, and reliability. Flash Voyager drives have been laundered, baked, frozen, boiled, dropped, and even run over by a SUV! After all the punishment they received, the drives continued to work.

The 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB Flash Voyager GTs are available immediately from Corsair’s authorized distributors and resellers worldwide. All Corsair flash products are backed by a 10-year Limited Warranty. Complete customer support via telephone, email, forum and Tech Support Xpress is also available.

More information about the Corsair Flash Voyager GT can be found here.
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5 Comments on Corsair Announces Updated Flash Voyager GT Family

#1
lemonadesoda
Flash Voyager drives have been laundered, baked, frozen, boiled, dropped, and even run over by a SUV!
That's pretty tough! But can they be lost? What's needed is an automatic hardware level data protection, and then I will be really impressed.
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#2
mechtech
BUT will they read around 28 MB/s and write around 20 MB/s like my old school 8gb GT???

Don't disappoint me Corsair.
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#3
mdm-adph
by: lemonadesoda
That's pretty tough! But can they be lost? What's needed is an automatic hardware level data protection, and then I will be really impressed.
What's needed is a bloody cap that doesn't inevitably get lost.

I've lost the cap on my Flash Voyager twice now, and there's many many people who have had the same experience! :laugh:
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Black Panther
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by: btarunr
Flash Voyager drives have been laundered, baked, frozen, boiled, dropped, and even run over by a SUV! After all the punishment they received, the drives continued to work.
They survive the above... but apparently not this... :rolleyes:
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