Corsair Releases "Practically Indestructible" 64GB Flash Drive

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YoshiHNS

maybe now they'll have the GT versions for the lower capacity drives in stock. Haven't seen anyone who carried them for over a year now.

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FrancesTheMute

Give it to the Blendtec guys and they'll see if it's *really* indestructible!

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1337Goose

Haha! This comment gets the 1337Goose seal of approval. Thanks for the wit.  

~Goose

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Lars Rasmussen

I wouldn't want to have this form factor in a carry-on bag at the airport when it's time to be scanned by an x-ray machine.

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JIFF

I have one of these, and the aluminum cover is not one piece, the cap is only glued to the rest of the body, a little blow and off it goes

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YoshiHNS

While yes, the cap is not the same piece of stock as the body, it is still on there good.Have had mine for a couple years now and it has not broken in any way. And i've put it through a bit.

 And the reason it can't be the same metal is probably how they manufacture the shell. Having the cap separate makes it much easier to manufacture.

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quantumnerd

If I pay for a rugged drive, why can't the cap be the same piece of metal?

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sartan2002

Do that many people really break thier thumbdrives?

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