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Corsair reveals 32GB and 64GB Flash Survivor GTR

Posted on Monday, April 19 2010 @ 19:54:42 CEST by

Corsair introduced 32GB and 64GB Flash Survivor GTR USB 2.0 flash drives, these units use quad-channel technology to deliver read speeds of up to 34MB/s and write speeds of up to 28MB/s. The Survivor GTR series is designed to withstand harsh conditions and ships with a 10 year limited warranty.
In addition to ultra-high performance, Flash Survivor GTR drives are also extremely durable. Each drive is encased inside an aircraft-grade aluminum shell, which makes it practically indestructible. In independent reviews, Flash Survivor drives have been dropped, battered with hammers, baked, boiled, frozen, zapped in a microwave, and even run over by SUVs, and they still come back for more! Each drive is also fitted with a shock-dampening collar and EPDM seal, which provides water-resistance to a depth of 200 meters.

"Corsair's Flash Survivor drives are considered by many to be the most rugged USB drives in the world, and with the new Flash Survivor GTR series, we have created exceptionally fast, durable USB drives," said Jim Carlton, VP of Marketing at Corsair. "Flash Survivor GTR drives are ideal for enthusiasts and creative professionals who need rapid access their portable music, videos and important data, without the worry that data could be lost due to physical damage or the elements."



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