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Corsair 32 GB Flash Voyager

Posted on Monday, March 10 @ 20:59:52 Eastern by Duke_Ferris
Haven't done a product a day in a while, but opening the mail around here is a lot like Xmas all year long. Some of the products and games suck, but some are also really cool.

Take today's product, announced by Corsair at the Game Developer's Conference. When these little flash drive were first released, I thought they were the greatest thing since sliced bread. Tiny and fully plug-and-play, they were the last nail in the coffin for the disk drive.

I had one of the early 32MB ones, and it never failed to impress people. I went around looking for excuses to transfer files. "Hey I brought you some MP3s. What's this? Oh, you haven't seen them yet?"

Of course technology has upped the ante.... by 1,000 times. Yep, this new drive is actually 32GB. It's also water and shock resistant and covered in protective rubber. Nice.

Is that the death of the hard drive I hear off in the distance?
 
 


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