Do you remember Corsair’s 128GB Voyager GT, touted as the fastest in the world? Well, it looks like it’s going to lose its crown, albeit to its successor – the 128GB Voyager GTR. Considering that the GTR boasts read speeds of 34MB/s and write speeds of 28MB/s, it pips the existing 128GB Voyager GT which sports 32MB/s and 25.6MB/s read and write speeds respectively. While it’s still as chunky as ever, it still demands a price premium of $426. That’s certainly not pocket change, but if you’re looking for the cutting edge of technology, you’ll have to pay a premium. Would you pay the premium and get this, or are you waiting to get a USB 3.0 flash drive?
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