Summary: The Voyager Air from Corsair is a very fun product. The overall performance is as expected really at the maximum levels the internal HDD can handle. You'll be hovering at roughly 100 Mb/sec for reads and writes over USB 3.0 and well, there's nothing wrong with that. The Ethernet connection (we confirmed on the switch) was Full Duplex locked and loaded at 1 Gpbs, now the read performance was fine really, but writes resulted in lower than 20 MB/sec performance, which is a...
Conclusion: Corsair has entered the portable-storage market with an all-in-one device called the Voyager Air. Housing a 2.5in drive inside an enclosure with Ethernet, USB 3.0 and wireless support, paving the way for it being used as a network-attached box, external hard drive, and, primarily, on-the-go WiFi storage, the broad applicability makes the Voyager Air a fascinating product.
Excerpt: Storage. It's something you can never have enough of. Once upon a time large storage was the reserve of those who had converted all their CDs to MP3s or people who had, ahem, backed up their gaming library. Since then we've had the digital revolution with all of us owning devices capable of HD video recording, taking enormous megapixel images and the like.
Summary: Il Corsair Voyager Air è una periferica innovativa (anche se non unica nel suo genere) e, senza dubbio, si distingue dai pochi prodotti concorrenti per il suo design molto ricercato, caratterizzato da finiture ed assemblaggio di eccellente qualità.
Molto valida l'applicazione per l'utilizzo su Android, decisamente intuitiva ed in grado di sopperire ad eventuali carenze, appoggiandosi ai player e alle applicazioni preinstallate nel dispositivo.