Corsair squeezes out more speed from Voyager GTR USB 2.0 thumb drives

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Corsair Voyager GTR

It’s not surprising to see very little fanfare accompanying announcements of new thumb drives, but the Corsair Voyager GTR thumb drive that utilizes a quad-channel architecture certainly deserves a little more attention. What is a quad-channel architecture, you ask? Basically, the technology allows you to get higher data transfer speed out of your sluggish USB 2.0 ports. The Voyager GTR thumb drive boasts a data transfer speed of up to 34MB/s. Of course, a thumb drive with USB 3.0 support would easily beat that speed, but USB 3.0 drives are also a little pricier. If you’re looking for more bang for the buck, the Corsair Voyager GTR thumb drive is definitely something you should consider. It comes in three different capacities; 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB. No words on pricing yet, but it should be cheaper than USB 3.0 drives.

Via [HotHardware]

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