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|20th September 2008, 00:23||#1|
Join Date: Dec 2007
Location: Calif. Bay Area, USA
Corsair Voyager Mini 4GB tested
Although small USB sticks are yesterday’s news, we always give a warm welcome to new additions on this market. Most of us have a couple of sticks lying around, some picked up on shows and some received in promo packages. Apart from looking different and using different flash memory, the key deciding factor in buying a USB stick is, for most users, the capacity.
Corsair decided to refresh their offer by launching two new Voyager models. The first model packs no less than 64GB and it’s aimed at enthusiasts, whereas the other model comes with only 8GB but dimensions-wise, it’s as miniscule as it gets. Voyager Mini 8GB model will set you back less than €35, whereas its big brother, Flash Voyager, is priced at €140.
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