Thursday, February 28, 2008

I love my 4GB Voyager... But it's not even half full

Corsair bringing 16GB Voyager GT flash drive to CeBIT

Posted Feb 28th 2008 6:41PM by Darren Murph
Filed under: Storage

Don't worry, you're not losing it -- yet, anyway. Corsair has indeed already launched a 16GB (and 32GB, or that matter) Voyager flash drive, but its forthcoming Voyager GT promises access speeds "up to four times faster" than standard USB 2.0 drives. Furthermore, this one comes housed in a water and shock resistant all-rubber casing, and could be entirely more appealing if that keyring slot were expanded to open bottles. Nevertheless, Corsair's hoping that you'll find enough to love to drop $169.99 after it debuts at CeBIT in just a few days.

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Nice New Sony Cameras

Sony H50 and W300 camera hands-ons

Oddly, it turns out the photos floating around of the DSC-W300 really don't do the megapixel-packing slim point and shoot justice. That finish actually looks pretty good in real life, although the lens protrusion was a little puzzling. And, of course, the DSC-H50 is a hefty, solid feeling bugger, not unlike what you'd expect from the H-series. Hit the photos below, it shouldn't be too long before the camera sites post their reviews.