Corsair announces new rugged USB flash drives

By on April 30, 2007, 10:57 PM
Corsair announced today a new line USB 2.0 flash drives targeted to users with an active lifestyle. The new Flash Survivor drives come in a shock proof CNC-Milled aluminum case, and are water-resistant for up to 200 meters. According to Corsair, these new drives offer read/write speeds of 43MB/s and 28MB/s, respectively.

“Corsair has built the Flash Survivor family specifically for customers with a ‘Bring It On!’ attitude –for someone who doesn’t want to worry if his/her equipment can stand up to the active lifestyle they lead,” said Jack Peterson, VP of Marketing at Corsair. “Storing your valuable information on a USB flash drive capable of weathering the storm of everyday life while ensuring your data is safe – that is what Flash Survivor is all about.”
Two models will be available, the Flash Survivor GT with an 8GB storage capacity and a $129.99 price tag, and the 4GB Flash Survivor that will retail for $59.99.

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