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Wednesday, 23 May 2007 11:01

Cosair releases Rugged Flash Survivor

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Corsair
has released a rugged line of USB 2.0 flash drives.

Called the Flash Survivor, the drives are designed to be water-resistant, shock-proof so that they can store data in the most demanding environments.

Flash Survivor is available in 8GB and 4GB versions.  The 8GB version will cost $129 while the 4GB will cost $59.99. Both are Water Resistant to 200 Meters.

The flash is made tough by the user of milled aluminium , which is normally used in aircraft part production.

The shock-proofing is provided by the use of rubber molded collar shielding. When dropped, the durable rubber absorbs the impact force to prevent damage to the inner drive and the USB connector.

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