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Corsair's stylish 4GiB Flash Voyager Mini now available

by Parm Mann on 7 July 2008, 16:21

Tags: Corsair Hard Drives, Corsair

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There's plenty of flash drives out there, and they generally do the same thing, but Corsair tends to take them one step further.

One of its latest drives, the 4GiB Flash Voyager Mini, features a cap-less retractable connector and a rubberised shell that makes it look that little bit more sophisticated.

The connector is said to "open easily at the flick of the thumb" and there's the usual Corsair refinements such as water resistance, shock proofing, durability and a 10 year limited warranty.

HEXUS Where2Buy: The Flash Voyager Mini can be purchased from Scan.co.uk for Ā£16.39

Official product page: corsairmemory.com

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Smart looking? Subjective, but in my opinion… not even slightly. ‘Tacky’ would be my word of choice.

Didn't stop me buying a normal Voyager a year or so back though. Got a Veho flash drive now that I prefer though.

This is better - smaller than the normal one - it's still not tiny though, considering that's the supposed draw of it. If you're going to have standard size and tiny size you need to make sure the tiny one is properly tiny. A MicroSD card is about 1/20 of the size of that - surely all the protective materials and retractable connector don't need to take up that much room?
Don't the read/write speeds of these small ones suck?