Corsair Ships “Survivor” Drives

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Date: Tuesday, May 1st, 2007, 08:49
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On Monday, Corsair announced that it had shipped its “Survivor” series of USB flash drives.
According to iPodObserver, the drives, which are available in four and eight gigabyte capacities, are wrapped in Computer Numerical Control-milled aluminum water-resistant up to 650 feet (or 200 meters) and contain an Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer waterproof seal as well as rubber molded collars to preserve the device’s integrity.
Moving beyond features seen in the the standard flash drive, the Survivor series includes both a new memory controller as well as dual channel interleaved memory to attain what the company claims is five time the transfer speed of a generic flash drive.
The Survivor four and eight gigabyte drives retail for US$59.99 and US$129.99, respectively and are backed by a 10-year limited warranty from the company.


survivordrive.jpg
On Monday, Corsair announced that it had shipped its “Survivor” series of USB flash drives.
According to iPodObserver, the drives, which are available in four and eight gigabyte capacities, are wrapped in Computer Numerical Control-milled aluminum water-resistant up to 650 feet (or 200 meters) and contain an Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer waterproof seal as well as rubber molded collars to preserve the device’s integrity.
Moving beyond features seen in the the standard flash drive, the Survivor series includes both a new memory controller as well as dual channel interleaved memory to attain what the company claims is five time the transfer speed of a generic flash drive.
The Survivor four and eight gigabyte drives retail for US$59.99 and US$129.99, respectively and are backed by a 10-year limited warranty from the company.

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