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This is a really good deal on a very nice durable flashdrive.
Some people seem not to like the case but I really like the rubbery texture of this one. Either way it's a great deal.

Newegg - CORSAIR Flash Voyager 16GB Flash Drive (USB2.0 Portable) 256bit AES Encryption Model CMFUSB2.0-16GB

LINK -
http://www.Newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820233042&nm_mc=EMC-IGNEFL082108&cm_mmc=EMC-IGNEFL082108-_-USBFlashDrives-_-L0B-_-20233042

Price - $64.99
$30.00 Mail-In Rebate
rebate form link -
http://images10.Newegg.com/UploadFilesForNewegg/rebate/SH/Corsair2MIRsAug16Aug3108ez21.pdf

$5 Promo Code - EMCAJCBBB

Free 3 - 7 day Shipping


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The 16 GB Flash Voyager features Corsair's proprietary all-rubber housing boasting unheard-of durability. In many third party reviews, the Flash Voyager has been shown laundered, baked, frozen, boiled, dropped, even run over by an SUV, and it continues to work!

We obviously don't recommend you subject your Voyager to such abuse, but it's good to know that it's up to the challenge of living at the bottom of your briefcase, purse, or desk drawer! The Flash Voyager USB 2.0 drive is stylish, compact, and reliable, so you know you can trust it with your MP3s, digital images, presentations and other critical data.

Fully Plug and Play with most operating systems and backward-compatible with USB 1.1. Includes TrueCrypt security software, which enables AES-256-bit encryption, hidden and password protected partitions.

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live.com for 5.5% Cash Back

got mine from onsale.com for $25.99 after rebate. Great little drive though it isn't pretty to look at

don't know why it don't get more green

I ordered one.

nice price for 16gb.

btw: strange. I didn't get charged tax with this order

Checked out reviews and decided not to buy...If you get one that works for a while...you might as well take the cap off and throw it away, cause your going to lose it.

geniv said: don't know why it don't get more green- Posts without real links are super lame?
- Rebates are lame?

LINK

Speed is always the question with flash cards and drives, it's lame that accurate specs aren't included on seller sites.

klapper said: live.com for 5.5% Cash Back

Good deal OP. Green for you

Klapper, I only get 2.8%. How did you get 5.5%? Thanks

I used the link: http://search.live.com/CashBack/

I too only got $1.79 MSFTCASHBACK. However that did stack with the $5.00 coupon.

klapper said: live.com for 5.5% Cash Back

nm, its 2.75 like others said

Nice find, OP. I respect the Corsair name very much(have their power supply in my homebuilt), but after reading the reviews think that I'll pass on this one. Too many failures, fragile case, and worst of all it's slow.

Think in this case it's worth paying a few more dollars for SanDisk, Kingston, OCZ, etc... Especially since they all seem to be coming down in price now.

Please put Corsair Voyager in the thread title.

I got mine!
Thanks

green/repped - i just got this from Newegg a week ago for $40 after rebates - does anyone know if they price adjust/match if the price changes? =]

Very handy drive - load it with portable apps (http://portableapps.com/, http://www.portablefreeware.com/, http://www.tinyapps.org/) and just go - only complaint is that write speed seems a bit sluggish - i was getting a 1 hr estimate for about 9 gb last night =/ - my unscientific results show ~10mb/sec write, although people on Newegg seem to quote a speedier speed...

the read speed is great though =]

I bought the 32GB version for $69 after $40 rebate last week. Does anyone know if I'd be eligible for the $30 rebate on the 16GB version? The restrictions of the rebate read: "Limit one rebate per qualifying purchase per unique product. Limit one rebate per product line per household. Maximum rebate $70.00 per household." The first sentence seems to imply that I could get both rebates. The second seems to imply that I can only get either the $30 rebate on the 16GB version *or* the $40 on the 32GB version. The third sentence seems to imply that I could get rebates on both products.

Lensman said: I bought the 32GB version for $69 after $40 rebate last week. Does anyone know if I'd be eligible for the $30 rebate on the 16GB version? The restrictions of the rebate read: "Limit one rebate per qualifying purchase per unique product. Limit one rebate per product line per household. Maximum rebate $70.00 per household." The first sentence seems to imply that I could get both rebates. The second seems to imply that I can only get either the $30 rebate on the 16GB version *or* the $40 on the 32GB version. The third sentence seems to imply that I could get rebates on both products.

It does appear that you can receive one rebate per product per household. So, if you buy both you should be able to get one of each rebate which is where the language specifying the maximum $70 per household comes in. If you wanted to be absolutely sure of no problem you could always use two different addresses for the rebates.

This is also on sale at Amazon AR, Free Shipping for 29.99 for those who get taxed at Newegg but not Amazon ( go Jersey >.> )

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