Corsair rolls out 32GB USB flash drives

By on January 3, 2008, 4:34 PM
It was not so long ago when a 1GB USB flash drive was exciting news, but those days are long gone. Today, Corsair unveiled the newest additions to its family of USB flash drives: the Voyager and the waterproof Survivor models, both capable of storing a whopping 32GB of data.

Each drive is bundled with a lanyard, a USB extension cable and preloaded security software and drivers. One notable feature is that both the Voyager and Survivor are bootable, meaning users can store full versions of operating systems and applications in order to re-create software environments and troubleshoot system problems. The 32GB USB drives are available now, with the Voyager retailing at $230 and the Survivor at $250.

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phantasm66 said:
This is very good news for me.I have a 16GB drive on my machine, encrypted with truecrypt. Its got all my top stuff - the special linux virtual machine I use, my source code, my notes, backups of important things. Every now and again, the truecrypt volume gets backed up onto a 16GB flash drive. But wow... what I could do with 32GB!I strongly recommend backing up to something like this, IN ADDITION to other, regular backups. I never leave the house without a copy of my important stuff with me.
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