Rugged Portable Drives in 32GB Versions

Corsair announce larger capacity Flash Voyager and Flash Survivor USB drives      04/01/08
Rugged Portable Drives in 32GB Versions


Corsair has announced that it is expanding its proprietary all-rubber Flash Voyager and aluminum-encased water-proof Flash Survivor USB family lines with new 32GB capacity offerings.
These large density drives can be used as portable back-up devices for critical or sensitive information. In addition, Corsair 32GB USB 2.0 drives are bootable, which, say Corsair, means users can actually store full versions of operating systems and applications in order to quickly ‘re-create’ the necessary software environments to troubleshoot system problems.
Jack Peterson, VP of Marketing at Corsair, told us, “Whether with innovative designs, like the Flash Voyager and Flash Survivor, or industry leading large-density drives in convenient portable form-factors, Corsair is always pushing the limit of what USB portable storage has to offer, Our newest USB additions will allow a whole new set of users – multimedia, technical and data conscious – to take advantage of rugged, high-performance solid-state storage.�
Corsair 32GB USB drives are available through Corsair’s authorized distributors and resellers world-wide. Each drive is bundled with a lanyard, security software/driver preloaded, and USB extension cable. Corsair flash products are backed by a 10-year Limited Warranty.
Pricing and Availability:
Corsair 32GB USB drives are immediately available.
Flash Voyager 32GB ~ $229.99 USD MSRP
Flash Survivor 32GB ~ $249.99 USD MSRP
More information:
  • www.corsair.com

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