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Corsair Introduces the 4GB Flash Voyager Mini USB Drive

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The Flash Voyager Mini is the newest member of Corsair's Flash Voyager family of pocket USB drives. Utilizing an ergonomic rubberized housing and a cap-less retractable connector plug, the Voyager Mini is 100% water-resistant and shock proof, giving maximum security for all the data carried with the drive. The Flash Voyager Mini is compatibile with all USB 1.1/2.0 ports, comes with 10 year limited warranty and for now is only offered with 4GB of capacity. Find more at Corsair.

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EGGcellent! Military-grade durability of the Voyager in a small package...this is great news. :cool:
 

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Way cool! I like the fact that the ditched the separate usb lid!