Corsair has released some new versions if its Flash Voyager and Flash Survivor USB drives, both featuring capacities that are pumped up to as much as 32GB each. The Voyager model has a rubberized covering and looks like it might be waterproof, but its not. It’s actually designed to take the occasional drop and keep on ticking, which is really nice if you’re holding 32GB of data or a whole bootable OS in your hand. The Survivor has an aluminum casing and it is actually water resistant, letting you tote your 20 hours of outdoor video through the rain forest without worrying about destroying the data, or something like that.
Pricing for the 32GB Flash Voyager runs $229 and the 32GB Flash Survivor will go for slightly more at $249 (it has a USB extension cable and dog tags that come with it) which really isn’t too bad for the amount of data your getting in such a small space.