[CES 2014] The folks over at Corsair have just announced that they will be introducing 64GB, 32GB, and 16GB capacities for their range of Corsair Flash Voyager GO USB 3.0 flash drives. These will be lightweight in nature, and also highly portable, and unlike other standard issue USB flash drives, these bad boys will feature a Micro-USB connector that paves the way for a convenient data transfer as well as storage for PCs, notebooks, and Micro-USB OTG-compatible Android phones and tablets.
For instance, the Flash Voyager GO’s Micro-USB connector would make it a snap to transfer videos, music, and photos from and between OTG-compatible Android devices, all the while with the USB 3.0 connector opening up an easy and fast storage solution for those files to and between desktop and laptop computers. Apart from that, the drive would also deliver convenient storage expansion for OTG-compatible phones and tablets, ensuring that precious device memory is freed up along in the process. The Corsair Flash Voyager GO will play nice with USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports, delivering high-speed transfer speeds of up to 135 MB/s on PCs under Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux, all without the need to install any kind of additional software, now how about that?
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