Corsair brings new USB 3.0 flash drive to market

Corsair brings new USB 3.0 flash drive to market

The famous manufacturer of computer memory and various computer components Corsair has announced the new ultra-compact and low-profile Flash Voyager Vega USB 3.0 flash drive. The new flash drive strikes with its dimensions – it is less than 5 mm thin and 24 mm long and these dimensions include the built-in key ring loop, which makes the drive a perfect keychain companion for data transfers on the go.

Corsair has been associated with high quality computer components for years and the Flash Voyager Vega continues this trend. The drive is housed in a scratch-resistant hard chrome-plated zinc alloy enclosure, which makes it both eye-catching and sturdy. Thanks to the USB 3.0 support, the drive is fast but it also supports USB 2.0 for compatibility with older computers. All major operating systems including Windows, Linux and Mac OS X are fully supported.

The new Corsair Flash Voyager Vega is immediately available now at local Corsair dealers. The drive offers capacities of 16 GB (USD 16.99), 32 GB (USD 24.99) and 64 GB (USD 44.99) and is backed by a 5-year warranty.

Source: Corsair

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