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Tuesday, 20 April 2010 09:38

Corsair launches its GTR Survivors

Written by Slobodan Simic

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32GB and 64GB

Corsair has updated its line of rugged, aluminium encased, Survivor flash drives with new 32 and 64GB GTR models.

As the previous released Survivor drives, these are also encased in aircraft-grade aluminium and are resistant to water, shocks and almost anything that you can throw at them. The GTR label brings a bit higher transfer speeds so you can expect these to have a maximum read and write of 34MB/s and 28MB/s.

Both of the new Survivor GTR flash drives feature a 10 years of warranty and are already listed for around €90 for the 32GB version and €190 for the 64GB one. You can find them both here.

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