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Corsair Flash Voyager vs Kingston Data Traveler Elite Comparison

Date: 2005-2-19

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   When the time comes to move large amounts of data from one place to another there is no better solution than a USB flash drive. Providing that the data does not have to be moved within a networ...

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When the time comes to move large amounts of data from one place to another there is no better solution than a USB flash drive. Providing that the data does not have to be moved within a network, flash drives are secure, reusable, inexpensive, and very reliable. Now that they are getting larger and more affordable, they are more useful than ever.

This comparision is comparing two different models, the Corsair Flash Voyager and the Kingston Data Traveler Elite. These are two of the most well regarded flash drives out there so we figured we'd put them head-to-head and see which came out on top.

Corsair Flash Voyager vs Kingston Data Traveler Elite Comparison
Corsair Flash Voyager vs Kingston Data Traveler Elite Comparison






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