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Wednesday, 10 March 2010 10:06

Corsair's new GTR Flash Voyagers on display

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Cebit 2010: The cool yellow ones

Although these have been listed for a while, Corsair has also showed its newest Voyager GTR drives at CeBIT. The new Flash Voyager GTR USB drives will be available from 32 to 128GB in capacity and will feature water-resistant, shock-proof rubber housing, USB 2.0 interface and quite fast transfer speeds.

The new drives come in yellow and feature quad-channel design that give them maximum read and write speeds of up to 34MB/s and 28MB/s. The drives should be at the top of portable flash offer from Corsair and we must admit they look quite good. As you can see from the picture below, the 128GB version is a bit larger that the rest, but despite the size it can still fit into your pocket.

The price starts at around €90 for the 32GB version, while 64 and 128GB are listed for €172 and €277. You can find them listed here.

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