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Saturday, 10 March 2007 18:59

Corsair USB drives got cheaper

Written by Sanjin Rados

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8GB Voyager for sub €80

 

Prices for Corsair Flash Voyager USB keys are dropped. We wrote about new Voyager GT here and reported a suggested price for 8GB of $119.99.


We can now confirm that the prices for new faster red stick are the same as suggested but there is no availability of them in the EU.

On the other side, old Flash Voyager 8GB version got much cheaper and dropped to sub €80 price.

Voyager GT won't be available in 16GB version but the prices of the old Voyager 16GB stick also dropped significantly. In Germany and EU you can find one for a really good price of 128 Euros. Flash drives are really getting cheap. 

 

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