Corsair claims its Flash Survivor USB 2.0 flash drives to be the industry’s toughest USB drive. The device is water resistant up to 200 meters, vibration proof due to the rubber molded collar shielding, and is pre-loaded with a 256-bit AES encryption security application. The Flash Survivor offers a sustained read/write performance of 34MB/s and 28MB/s respectively, which is nearly 500% faster than standard USB flash drives. The 4GB version retails for $59.99, while the 8GB model retails for $129.99.
The Ford Shelby GR-1 concept is using a powerful 6.4L V10 engine that produces 605hp @ 6750rpm and 501 lb-ft torque @ 5550 rpm. Hit the jump to read the list of specs and watch the video.
Diamond Aircraft showed off DA50 which is the company’s new light aircraft during AERO 2007 in Germany. The aircraft is powered by ‘Teledyne Continental TSIOF – 550J’ engine. The DA50 is expected to be available in January of next year. The pricing info is still unknown.
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According to NotebookReview, Sony will release 15.4-inch, 13.3-inch and 11.1-inch widescreen VAIO FZ, VAIO SZ5 and VAIO TZ series in July this year. The widescreen 14-inch VAIO CR laptop and 13.3-inch widescreen VAIO CZ are also rumored to come out at the same time. The VAIO FZ series will feature Intel’s next generation “Santa Rosa” platform and the new Core 2 Duo “Merom” processors, a 2GB of RAM, and up to 200GB hard drive. Sony VAIO SZ5 series will feature current Core 2 Duos, 2GB of RAM and up to 200GB HDD, while the ultra-portable Sony VAIO TZ laptops will be powered by Core 2 Duo ultra-low voltage CPUs. These notebooks will have an integrated webcam.
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Hyundai introduced HED-4 Qarmaq concept car during Auto Shanghai 2007. The car is powered by 2.0 liter I4 diesel engine. Hit the break to see more pics.
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