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Thursday, 03 January 2008 16:54

Corsair Survives at 32GB

Written by Slobodan Simic

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To be shown at CES 2008

 

Corsair has announced that it will show 32GB Flash Voyager and Flash Survivor at the Consumer Electronics Show 2008 next week in Las Vegas. Americans can already buy Flash Voyager 32GB for a few weeks now.

The 32GB capacity will be available for rubber Flash Voyager and water-proof aluminum-encased Flash Survivor. According to the press release 32GB is enough for 16 high definition movies or even an entire season of TV series. 

Press release states that both of the 32GB USB drives are available immediately at the suggested price of $229.99 USD for 32GB Voyager and $249.99 USD for aluminum cased 32GB Survivor. Both of these 32GB flash drives are backed with a 10-year limited warranty.

You can check out the press release here.

 

 

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