8Gbs in your pocket
Subject: Storage | December 7, 2006 - 10:02 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
With an 8Gb USB drive, mobile computer repair gets very easy. Not only can you store entire anti-virus/spyware programs, plus updated definitions, with newer motherboards you could set it up as a boot device for MemTest86 and other boot programs. Virtual-Hideout has posted their review of the Corsair 8GB Flash Voyager.
"I can totally recommend this unit to anyone looking for a large capacity USB 2.0 flash drive. You just can't
beat the warranty, the durability and the read/write speeds of the Corsair 8GB Flash Voyager."
Here are some more Storage reviews from around the web:
- Icy Box NAS IB--NAS2000 @ OC3D
- Sans Digital MS2UT eSATA RAID Enclosure @
Orbiter Hard Drive Cooler @ Futurelooks
- NGO NVIDIA Optimized Driver v1.9381 @
- Netgear SC101 Network Drive @ Tekbunker
- OCZ Technology Mega Kart 8GB Ultra Slim USB 2.0 Flash Drive @ Futurelooks
- Sony BWU-100A Blu-ray
Recordable Drive @ ExtremeTech
- SMB NAS Roundup @ AnandTech