Corsair Releases Speedy 128GB Voyager Flash Drive

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bosunj

How shallow a life one must lead if they feel inadequate over the size of a thumb drive. Aren't you the good little consumer. On your knees to your corporate masters, and wipe your chin!

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comptech08

ya but not everything is networked together.  And sometimes it is best to save bandwidth.  Pushing and getting stuff all the time via network can put a bottleneck in a business network and lower productivity.  It all depends on how much data it is.  But cannot just rely on network.

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praetor_alpha

I have a 512 meg and 1 gig stick from 6 years ago. Haven't used them much in the past 2-3 years. I prefer network transfers to get data around, rather than a sneakernet. Or 500 gig external HD, if all else fails.

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Pyrophorics

Yeah, you can buy a mid-high end netbook for that price. No way do I need that speed for that price!

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comptech08

Okay nice capacity.  But there is no way i will buy it.  Its to exspensive right now.

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nekollx

 tell me about it it costs 4 times a comparable HDD. Portability is one thing but the price/performace is horible.

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