Corsair 16GB and 32GB Flash Voyager 3.0 launched in India

Inspan recently launched the new Flash Corsair Voyager in India.  Available in 16GB and 32GB storage capacities, this flash drive adopts the USB 3.0 interface. Needless to say, the Corsair Flash Voyager 3.0 USB drive ensures faster data transfers, compared to USB 2.0.  It allows transferring data in a fraction of time. For those users who haven’t upgraded their PC with the USB 3.0 ports, can use the drive as its backward compatible. The drive also promises to offer convenient, reliable portable file management.

Rugged and reliable

Rugged and reliable


This Voyager flash drive comes with finger-friendly ergonomics of the Flash Voyager GT USB 3.0. The connector is housed in Corsair's proprietary all-rubber housing, which is extremely durable, ensuring worry-free transfer. The flash drive is water-resistant and shockproof, too. This Voyager flash drive can take the usual knocks, bumps and drops, while on the go. The Voyager CMFVY3S -16GB has a maximum sequential read speed of 75 MB/s and write speed of 18 MB/s, while the CMFVY3S-32GB features 80 MB/s and 40 MB/s sequential read and write speeds, respectively. 
"An aspiration for a fast, compatible and large space USB drive has come to an end, we introduce Corsair Flash Voyager 3.0. Shock resistant, water proof and comes with 5 years of warranty, this drive is a complete package filled with features." said Sudhir S, Managing Director at Inspan Infotech. "Resellers are sure to benefit with this launch, it would be very easy for them to sell this product in the upcoming holiday season.

The Voyager USB 3.0 flash drive is compatible with Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X and Linux with no driver or software installation requirement. The USB standard-A connector works with USB 3.0 as well as USB 2.0 ports. Backed by a 5 year warranty and available ex-stock, the Corsair Flash Voyager 3.0 GB and 32Gb flash drives can be picked at Rs1,599 and Rs.2199, respectively.

Published Date: Mar 09, 2012 02:13 pm | Updated Date: Mar 09, 2012 02:13 pm