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Corsair Flash Voyager GO USB 3.0 Has USB and MicroUSB

Available in 16 GB, 32 GB, and 64 GB capacities, the Flash Voyager Go boasts both USB and MicroUSB connectors, which means you can use it as external storage for compatible Android phones and tablets, too. 

 

The Voyager GO supports both USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 for transfer speeds of up to 135 MB/s on computers running Windows, OS X, and Linux. 

 

Availability is set for this month, though no word on a specific release date. Pricing is set at $19.99 for 16 GB, $29.99 for 32 GB, and $49.99 for 64 GB.

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  • n3cw4rr10r
    The micro usb connector is a really smart move.
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  • soldier44
    Removable cap means lost in a week..
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  • abzillah
    USB's are outdated. I haven't used any of the 20 that ihave in many months. Dropbox
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  • 10tacle
    No, USB thumb drives are NOT outdated. They are still VERY useful for backup devices and portable drives that can be held on key chains. They are the most convenient method of transporting your files to another computer. Period. With that said, there is nothing new on the size front here. I have 4-8-16-32-64GB drives now. I'd like to see prices start coming down in the 128GB department.
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