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Briefly: Voyager Air 2 wireless drive, Acer Liquid phones in Canada

updated 01:40 am EDT, Tue June 3, 2014

Corsair launches palm-sized 1TB wireless hard drive

Technology company Corsair has announced the release of its palm-size wireless hard drive, the Voyager Air 2. Featuring 1TB of storage, the Voyager Air 2 offers additional file storage for tablets, phones and computers. Its rechargeable battery removes the need for cables, and its latest version software includes close synchronization, simplified media browsing and AirPlay streaming to Apple TV. The Voyager Air 2 functions with both USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 connections, and can be partitioned if desired. Priced at $180, the drive will be available this month.



Acer launches its unlocked Liquid smartphones in Canada

Acer America has announced that three of its new Android smartphones are now available in Canada. The Liquid line of phones -- including Liquid S1, Liquid Z3, and Liquid Z5 -- are unlocked, and can be used with any wireless network that supports HSPA+ 850/1900 MHz frequencies. the Liquid S1 is aimed at professional users; the Liquid Z5 is intended for entertainment uses; and the Liquid Z3 is targeted at those who require a budget-friendly option. Pricing for Acer's unlocked Liquid smartphones start at CAD $120.




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