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16GB Corsair Survivor USB for £29.99 delivered @ The PC Business
16GB Corsair Survivor USB for £29.99 delivered @ The PC Business

16GB Corsair Survivor USB for £29.99 delivered @ The PC Business

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BIT ExPENSIVE BUT REALLY COOL

Some Benchmarks from YouTube:
youtube.com/wat…VPI - I REALLY like this one

youtube.com/wat…gYY - Faster then Regular USB2.0 pen drive. LOL

INFO from : Scan.co.uk
Flash Survivor is an extremely durable, water resistant, drop-tested flash USB memory drive. By design it is perfect for transporting valuable data such as personal files, photos and applications without having to worry about damage or loss of data due to the elements.

Encased in extremely strong CNC-milled, anodized aircraft-grade aluminum.
Water resistant to 200M through the use of a EPDM waterproof seal.
Protected from vibration or impact damage through the use of a molded shock dampening collar.
Plug-&-Play with any USB 2.0 certified peripheral computer port (backward compatible with USB 1.1).
Includes the True Crypt security application (Windows Vista/XP/2000 compatible only) allowing for a virtual encrypted drive using AES-256 encryption

Corsair has earned a reputation of consistently being first to market with quality leading-edge products that support new computing platforms and technologies. Each stick of Corsair memory is specifically designed for rock-solid performance in the most demanding of applications. Corsair has a long history of cooperation, qualification and collaborative testing with the major motherboard and systems manufacturers. Often we are first to market with reliable memory for the latest systems.

6 Comments

i'd prefer this if it was a lot smaller


i have a nano type one, moulded from one piece of plastic, that i keep on my phon elanyard

i haven't lost or dropped my phone for many a year (primarily BECAUSE of the lanyard) therefore i think it's a sensible place to keep it. i imagine my little drive will be waterproof too cos no moving parts or exopsed circuitry

anyway, heated

scrumpypaul;6628063

i'd prefer this if it was a lot smalleri have a nano type one, moulded … i'd prefer this if it was a lot smalleri have a nano type one, moulded from one piece of plastic, that i keep on my phon elanyardi haven't lost or dropped my phone for many a year (primarily BECAUSE of the lanyard) therefore i think it's a sensible place to keep it. i imagine my little drive will be waterproof too cos no moving parts or exopsed circuitryanyway, heated



Do you honestly, hand on heart, wear your phone around your neck? Come on now, the truth.

http://www.eworldsale.com/images/products/computer/flash_drive/BA24395a.jpg

Might be ok for Bear Grylls but a bit chunky for most people.

deek72;6628290

Do you honestly, hand on heart, wear your phone around your neck? Come on … Do you honestly, hand on heart, wear your phone around your neck? Come on now, the truth.



err, no. is that wwhat a lanyard means? i meant a strap thingy - just a few inches long.





honest.





mind, my brother (502 years old) wears his phone round his neck and i am constantly taking the pss out of him for it

scrumpypaul;6629984

err, no. is that wwhat a lanyard means? i meant a strap thingy - just a … err, no. is that wwhat a lanyard means? i meant a strap thingy - just a few inches long.honest.mind, my brother (502 years old) wears his phone round his neck and i am constantly taking the pss out of him for it



Phew! That's a relief then. I thought I was never gonna be able to look your posts in the eye again, lol.
Yes, these are lanyards lanyardsonly.co.uk/lan…tml
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