Corsair debuts 32GB memory sticks
10th Jan 2008 | 13:51
CES 2008: Is that a hard drive in your pocket, or are you just pleased to see us?
The new Corsair Voyager and Survivor USB drives have been upgraded to wield a massive 32GB-worth of storage. That's almost as roomy as the HDD in the Dell laptop we're using in the office.
The Voyager comes encased in a protective rubber coating, while the Survivor is waterproof, thanks to a tough, tubular aluminium shell. Even though the drives have enough storage to hold 16 high-def movies, the cases are slim enough that they won't leave an unsightly bulge in your jeans.
The suggested retail price is $229 for the Voyager, and $249 for the Survivor, so likely UK prices will be around £160 and £175 marks respectively.