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    Default Corsair Flash Voyager 8GB

    Last week we had examined the OCZ Mega-Kart 8GB flash drive, and now this week we have the privilege of covering Corsair's new CMFUSB2.0-8GB Flash Voyager. This USB flash drive offers a storage capacity of 8GB while promising 33MB/sec reads and 16MB/sec writes. Nevertheless, will this 8GB flash drive be able to continue in the legendary success we had previously seen by the Corsair Flash Voyager series?
    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=7885

    Corsair Link: http://www.corsairmemory.com/corsair/flash_memory.html

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    Default Corsair 16GB Flash Voyager

    If 8GB isn't enough for you on a flash drive, this morning Corsair has introduced the 16GB version of the Corsair Flash Voyager!

    Fremont, CA (December 12, 2006) – Users will no longer have to worry about having enough space on their personal flash drives to store all their files, music, photos, videos and applications. Today Corsair®, a worldwide leader in high performance computer products, expanded its lineup of the award-winning Flash VoyagerTM USB2.0 drives to include new 16GB capacities. Enclosed in the Corsair proprietary all-rubber Flash Voyager housing and boasting water-resistant properties, the new 16GB drive allows users to carry more valuable data and applications without compromise. Equipped with a security application and featuring the latest controller technology, the 16GB Flash Voyager delivers an outstanding combination of functionality and ultra-high capacity.
    Curious about whether the 16GB Flash Voyager is as fast as the 8GB version we had reviewed, I had asked Corsair today. Below is the response.

    Quote Originally Posted by Corsair
    No, the 16GB is positioned as a high capacity storage drive, not a
    performance drive like the 8GB.

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    I was curious about that also. Going from 1GB to 4GB was a big hit, let alone 8GB to 16GB. Still, who gives a fubuntu? It's 16GB in your PANTS!

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