Reviews and Problems with Corsair Flash Survivor GT
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10 April 2009
Summary: Its full-bodied, no compromises hard-man routine makes the Corsair Survivor massively over-qualified for most everyday needs. For the narrow niche of people who really need extreme ruggedness, the Survivor fits the bill perfectly. For everyone else, it's down to whether the unquestionable bragging rights it brings are worth the £80 asking price.
Summary: Other small problems: One rubber grip wasn’t glued on the unit, and the device made an annoying squeaking noise when closing—not good if two dozen ninjas are parked inside the room you’re about to enter. Still, if speed and durability are your top concerns, we can’t imagine getting a key that’s any tougher than this baby.
Pros: Fast reads/writes for all file sizes, well-nigh indestructible.
Cons: Slight squeak when closing. No bundled encryption software.