Corsair, the California based peripheral and Hardware Company, proudly announces its super performing USB 3.0 flash drive with full backward compatibility with the older USB 2.0 flash drives. The flash drives have been introduced in three different models and are available under the names of Flash Voyager GS, Flash Voyager Mini and Flash Voyager LS.
All three models have been perfectly fitted inside high quality brushed steel cases which are guaranteed to remain scratch free. All models compatible with Windows, Mac OS and Linux offer high read and write speeds which can reach up to 285 mbps (for read) and 180 mbps (for write). The Corsair plans not only to make these flash drives attractive with their features and specifications but also with their outward look; the scratch less steel makes it a keeper and for easy carrying the flash drives can be attached to key rings with the little ridge on top of these drives.
With the Flash Voyager GS, Corsair offers a trouble free data storage with a vast facility for large amounts of data with the USB 3.0 flash drives being offered in varying capacities of 64 GB, 128 GB and 256 GB as it is the large capacity flash drives. For further convenience to users, there is absolutely no diver installation required prior to use.
The Flash Voyager Mini, as the name suggests, is the small USB flash drive only 1.25 inches long. But it comes with the high performance of the USB 3.0 which allows the flash drive greater speeds as compared to the USB 2.0 flash drives. The metal cases of these flash drives are not only pleasing to the eye but are extremely high on durability. The Flash Voyager Mini is available in different storage capacities of 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB.
Lastly, the Flash Voyager LS is the highest performing flash drive of the new line. The special design of the flash drives keeps the connectors from getting disrupted even if there are no caps placed. With full backward compatibility with the USB 2.0 flash drives, these are available in 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB.
Source: Corsair | News Archive