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Apr 08, 10 at 8:30pm

I have the 32GB corsair voyager and it seems pretty slow to writing; I was seeing 4-6mb/s transfering a 1.6gb file.

Isn't the Xporter XT faster than the GT?

Apr 08, 10 at 4:26am

It also survives a full wash cycle in the laundry as well. I use mine for my mp3's in my car, I had brought it in one afternoon to switch out some songs and left it in my jeans. Needless to say my mom found it. I let it dry for 24 hours eventhough they're waterproof I think and it's still working fine.

I now have the 2GB GT, by far the fastest usb2.0 drive out there, the 4GB and 8GB drives. I highly recomend the corsair flash drive product line.

Apr 08, 10 at 1:16am

Today Neo takes a look at a high-performance, durable flash drive from Corsair.

It actually does survive being tossed off a building:

Slayer Edit: Fixed the link nearly a year late .

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