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Corsair's 64GB Flash Voyager hits retail, priced at £149.99

by Parm Mann on 15 September 2008, 18:43

Tags: Flash Padlock, Corsair

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Back in September 2005, Corsair announced its high-speed 2GB Flash Voyager USB drive and we all found it to be a pretty cool gadget - not to mention useful.

Fast forward three years, and the memory-specialist is announcing that its 64GB Flash Voyager is now available - just nine months after the launch of its 32GB model. Naturally, it's a whole lot cooler, and a whole lot more useful.

The drive, pictured above, measures just 100mm x 25.6mm x 14.8mm, and provides read and write speeds of 24MB/s and 10MB/s, respectively. It resembles the Flash Voyager drives we're all used to, and offers a rugged rubber casing that's easy to grip, shockproof and water resistant.

As you'd expect, the 64GB Flash Voyager is Plug & Play compatible, carries a ten-year warranty, and includes the True Crypt security application for virtual AES-256 drive encryption under Windows Vista, Windows XP or Windows 2000.

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The Corsair 64GB Flash Voyager can be purchased from cclonline.com for £149.99



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Oh about time they did something with the cap end :) (although the chain in that pic don't look long enough to reach the end? :D)

Surprising how easy it is to fill a USB drive these days!
Agent
(although the chain in that pic don't look long enough to reach the end? :D)


It really doesn't :laugh:

It might just be the picture but that seems fairly long compared to the standard 4/8gb voyager. I can't be bothered to dig out the dimensions for that though.
ooh, nice :D

That could make portable systems really useful :D
staffsMike
It really doesn't :laugh:

It might just be the picture but that seems fairly long compared to the standard 4/8gb voyager. I can't be bothered to dig out the dimensions for that though.

13.2cm is very long. That's longer than a 120mm fan (as reference) :P

EDIT: Perhaps 1.32cm is the depth? 9cm down is about right, as is 2 across.

In theory it should be the same length, but it does look a bit longer.
Erm, I don't think those dimensions can be right or at least if they are then the picture certainly isn't. 13.2 by 9.x cm is huge!!!