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Corsair unveils 64GB portable USB flash drive

updated 08:10 pm EDT, Mon September 29, 2008

Corsair 64GB USB flash

Corsair today unveiled the 64GB USB Flash Voyager, now the highest capacity portable device offered by the company. The drive is encased in rubber, claimed to be water resistant and drop-tested. The Voyager works with USB 2.0 but is also backwards compatible with USB 1.1. Users can also boot from the device, even restoring full versions of operating systems and applications for recovery.

Corsair covers the device with a ten year warranty, and includes a lanyard and USB extension cable with the package. Security software and drivers come pre-loaded on the 64GB Flash Voyager, which is available now with a suggested price of $250.




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  1. icrew

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    All USB 2.0 Devices

    All USB 2.0 devices are backwards compatible with 1.1--why is that reported like a feature?

    (Admittedly, some devices like cameras or whatever won't work WELL at USB 1.1 speeds, but they will do at least something....)

  1. Sean.Perrin

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Garbage

    My 4GB voyager literally fell apart in only 6 months. I wouldn't be comfortable trusting this device with 64 GB of my data.

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