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Thursday, 25 March 2010 13:11

Corsair sticks 32GB in its Voyager Mini

Written by Slobodan Simic

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€85 for 32GB


Corsair
has updated its Voyager line with a 32GB version of its smallest Voyager Mini flash driver.

As you may remember, the Voyager Mini features the same rubberized case for some shock, dust and water protection, uses Chip-on-Board tech and has a cap-less design with a retractable connector.

The only part where the small Voyager doesn't shine is the speed, as this one is made for mobility and if you are looking for speed, Corsair is always happy to show some of the GT and GTR Voyager drives.

The new 32GB Flash Voyager Mini is already selling for around €80 to €100 depending on the country and the e-tail/retail shop.

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