Corsair recently released a 16GB USB flash drive for their Flash Voyager series. But before you start criticizing the bizarre toy-spacecraft styling, you have to remember it was all in an effort to encase the drive in a rubber housing to make it extra durable and water-resistant.
The 16GB storage capacity allows you to store up to four full DVD movies or over 20 CDs of music. The drive is also bootable so you can install Windows on it and boot directly from the flash drive. Sustained read speeds are around 22MB/sec and sustained write speeds are 7MB/sec. Priced at $299.
Xeon Woodcrest users that are hungry for more RAM should stand up and rejoice as Corsair, one of the major RAM vendors, has announced it’s new 2GB FB-DIMM RAM. Packed with high density SDRAM chips with 512Mbit capacity clocked at 667Mhz, it sports ECC and CRC error detection, an Advanced memory Buffer, and is only 1.2” in height allowing you to use this RAM set on low profile cases such as 1U server case. No pricing info on this memory yet, but it's sure to burn your wallet.
Press Release [via corsair]