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Corsair has launched its new Flash Voyager GT line of USB drives designed for the user who demands the highest performance in a USB memory product. Complementing the revolutionary Flash Voyager USB drives, the new Flash Voyager GT brand represents the highest performing USB products Corsair offers in any capacities. Built to Corsair’s legendary quality and reliability standards, the new Flash Voyager GT USB drives deliver sustained read/write performance up to 34MB/sec and 28MB/sec respectively. Taking full advantage of the new flash controller and SLC NAND flash chips, the new GT features enhanced dual channel and interleave memory technologies.

Flash Voyager GT Features
– Blazing-fast performance: Read speed up to 34MB/s, write speed up to 28MB/s
– Maximum durability: Proprietary all-rubber housing
– Drive integrity: Water resistant and shock resistant
– Data security: TrueCrypt encryption software offering AES 256-bit encryption
– User warranty: 10 years, with on-demand customer support

The Corsair Flash Voyager GT USB drives are available in 2GB, 4GB, 8GB and 16GB capacities The 16GB model is currently available for $89.99.

To get the fast Corsair Flash Voyager GT 16GB Flash Drive…

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Kingston Technology announced the global availability of its new DataTraveler ReadyFlash USB 2.0 Flash drive for use in Windows Vista-based systems. Enhanced for Windows ReadyBoost, the Kingston DataTraveler ReadyFlash (DTR) was designed and tested by Kingston based on precise performance requirements outlined by Microsoft to meet Microsoft specifications. DataTraveler ReadyFlash is a USB 2.0 Flash drive enhanced for Windows ReadyBoost; when connected to a Windows Vista-based system’s USB 2.0 port, the Windows Vista AutoPlay dialog box will offer the option of using the device for Windows ReadyBoost.

While adding system memory is the best way to increase performance, Windows ReadyBoost allows one’s system to utilize a memory source in addition to DRAM for processing data and applications. For instance, if a notebook has a maximum memory capacity of 1 GB installed, Windows ReadyBoost allows for usage of a Flash memory device, such as DataTraveler ReadyFlash as a more responsive storage medium for Windows ReadyBoost cache.

Features/Specifications
– Capacities: 1 GB, 2 GB
– Dimensions: 2.67″ x 0.829″ x 0.355″ (67.7mm x 20.8mm x 9.0mm)
– Windows ReadyBoost performance: Exceeds the minimum Windows ReadyBoost performance requirements
– Convenient: Pocket-sized for easy transportability
– Simple: Just plug into a USB 2.0 port
– Guaranteed: Five-year warranty

Kingston DataTraveler Secure 1GB Flash Drive with 256bit AES Encryption…

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Why would you want to put your mobile HDD in a USB case that looks like a harddrive is beyond comprehension to most of the people, but every geek would love the idea. This case is for putting a mobile 2,5-inch disk and connecting it to your PC trough a USB cable (normally no additional power is needed).

The 2.5″ Hard Case Disk Case is available for about $25.

To buy yourself a 2,5-inch harddrive case that looks like a HDD…


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