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    Reviews - Corsair Flash Voyager Mini 8GB USB drive. Rocket in your pocket?

    Small in size but big on appeal, according to Corsair. Find out what we think.
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    Re: Reviews - Corsair Flash Voyager Mini 8GB USB drive. Rocket in your pocket?

    It would be interesting to see how the 4GB version performs as a Readyboost drive with Vista - in fact, a 'Readyboost Shootout' with a laptop and lots of different 4GB USB flash drives would be very useful - how about it?

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    Re: Reviews - Corsair Flash Voyager Mini 8GB USB drive. Rocket in your pocket?

    Why not. We'll get them in.

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    Re: Reviews - Corsair Flash Voyager Mini 8GB USB drive. Rocket in your pocket?

    So what's the advantage of something like this where 'performance isn't an issue' and my little SanDisk MicroSD adaptor? Is it that much cheaper? 'Cause I can get an 8GB version for around £16....and it's upgradable, which is a category killer as far as I'm concerned.

    What's the performance difference, do you think?


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    Re: Reviews - Corsair Flash Voyager Mini 8GB USB drive. Rocket in your pocket?

    IBM,

    It's still relatively speedy at reading, average around 30MB/s, and I'm reasonably sure than a cheap microSD card won't be able to do that. It's also rugged, for what that's worth.

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