Corsair & Super Talent 8GB USB Drives

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Corsair Voyager Mini 8GB and Supertalent Pico 8GB

USB flash drives have been around for years, although today they are now a fraction of the price that they were upon release. Due to their diminutive size and ability to hold small files they were quickly embraced by people in IT and academics.

In this day and age there is a huge market for portable storage devices and demand for smaller size and greater space is ever growing. These days, different types of people are carrying USB flash drives around with them, storing everything from music and pictures to databases and documents. Record labels have even attempted to start selling albums via USB drives. Although a simple idea, USB drives have become an invaluable tool in modern society and have created a convenience for millions.

Today we’re going to look at two mini USB drives, the Corsair Voyager Mini and the SuperTalent Pico. Both of these drives are smaller than most USB drives on the market but still facilitate the storage of large amounts of data with both drives available with 8GB of space.

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