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Tuesday, 10 June 2008 00:31

Corsair's Voyager gets smaller

Written by Slobodan Simic

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All new Flash Voyager Mini

Corsair has showcased its newest addition to its Voyager series of flash drives, but in a smaller package which will be known as the Flash Voyager Mini.

Unfortunately, due to its smaller size, it will only come in a 4GB capacity option. Unlike its larger Voyager brothers, the new Voyager Mini will use a cap-free retractable connector design. The Voyager Mini is going to use a rubberized case that makes it water and shock resistant.

The price and the availability date are still unknown, but we certainly hope that Corsair will soon manage to squeeze 8GB in that same small case. The new Voyager Mini will feature a limited 10-year warranty.

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