I don’t like to brag, but I’ve got a fairly large collection of USB flash drives. (I know you’re jealous.) Sometimes I like to dump the whole lot of them on my bed and roll around in them. Sadly though, none of them go above 2GB. So I have to get my hands on one of these new 16GB bad boys from Corsair.
The Flash Voyager drive has all the features of its smaller-capacity siblings including its proprietary all-rubber housing that’s water resistant, shock absorbing and allows it to operate in severe temperature situations.
The drive can be password protected, too, and used to boot Windows, which is fun. It also features 8-bit Error Correcting Codes (ECC) for keeping your ones and zeros free from corruption, hopefully. Best of all, this size is so big you could totally go into your office and swipe all kinds of crucial documents and sell them to spies. You’ll make back your $299 investment in no time.
EDIT: Blake says “the 16gb corsair flash drive is officially the stupidest looking flash drive I’ve ever seen.”
Corsair Flash Voyager USB drives [product site]