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Corsair Augments Flash Readout USB Product Family with 4GB and 8GB Capacities

| Connectivity & Communications News | Posted: Jan 19, 2007 3:56 am

Corsair have just given everyone the heads up that they've released a couple of 4GB and 8GB "Flash Readout" USB Drives which allows you to label the drive with personal IDs and show remaining storage space etc. on its digital display.

 

For more information, grab the official PR here folks.

 



Fremont, CA (January 17, 2007) - CorsairĀ®, a worldwide leader in high performance computer products, today announced the immediate availability of the Corsair Flash Readout USB drive in new 4GB and 8GB capacities. The Corsair Flash Readout USB drive takes the benefits of USB Flash drives one step further by allowing users to label the drive with personal IDs and showing the remaining storage capacity via the embedded digital display, hence alleviating the need to plug the USB drive into the PC to verify content.

"The concept behind the Flash Readout drive is a simple one. With the growing number of consumers owning more than one USB drive, we wanted to introduce a product that will allow the users to visually see what is on the drive without having to plug it into the PC. The Flash Readout delivers exactly that - you can see available storage capacity and personalize it with names to keep content organized," said Richard Hashim, Director of Product Marketing at Corsair. "With HD content becoming more mainstream, consumers are demanding larger capacity flash drives to allow them to bring content on the go. Each 8GB Flash Readout USB drive has the equivalent storage capacity to hold the entire series of the Lord of the Rings movie!"

 

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