Tuesday, November 10th 2009

Corsair Announces New Flash Survivor GT Family of USB Flash Drives

Corsair, a worldwide leader in high-performance computer and flash memory products, today announced two new Flash Survivor GT USB flash drives. The new drives are available in capacities of 32GB and 64GB, and feature the same ultra-durable metal housing found on all Flash Survivor models, along with the signature red GT highlights.

“The Flash Survivor GT is the ultimate flash drive for users requiring both high speed and extreme ruggedness,” said John Beekley, VP of Technical Marketing at Corsair. “These drives will carry your data and media into the harshest environment and still provide rock-solid protection.”

Corsair’s ultra-durable Flash Survivor USB drives have proven extremely popular with consumers thanks to their super-strong, CNC-milled, aircraft-grade aluminum casing, which makes them practically indestructible. Each drive is also fitted with a molded, shock-dampening collar and EPDM seal, which provides water-resistance to a depth of 200 meters. In independent reviews, the Corsair Flash Survivor has suffered countless tests of strength, and always comes out on top!

The 32GB and 64GB Flash Survivor GTs are available immediately from Corsair’s authorized distributors and resellers worldwide. All Corsair USB flash products are backed by a 10-year Limited Warranty. Complete customer support via telephone, email, forum and Tech Support Xpress is also available.
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7 Comments on Corsair Announces New Flash Survivor GT Family of USB Flash Drives

#1
Mussels
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they just LOOK ugly :( i like the old style
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#2
mlee49
Does it come with a mountain climbing lanyard? If not, I'm not buying one.
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#3
mechtech
If the minimum write speed is 22mb/s and read is 28 mb/s I might consider it

no way in hell im waiting for 32 gigs to transfer at 11mb/s
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#4
iLLz
Should come based on USB 3.0 since its a new GT product. This way you get much better performance plugging it in USB 3.0, and backwards compatible if you place it in a USB 2.0 slot.
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#5
TurdFergasun
thats not just some truck you can dump files on, it looks like part of a series of tubes.
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#6
to6ko91
by: iLLz
Should come based on USB 3.0 since its a new GT product. This way you get much better performance plugging it in USB 3.0, and backwards compatible if you place it in a USB 2.0 slot.
+1 i agree with you ... it is time for major manufacturers start using usb 3 and not just some odd one !
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Solaris17
Creator Solaris Utility DVD
by: mlee49
Does it come with a mountain climbing lanyard? If not, I'm not buying one.
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