CorI need a little help for a most irritating problem ...
T. A. Obrien "terryo", Amazon
3 November 2014
Summary: CorI need a little help for a most irritating problem with my Voyager air 1 TB wireless hard drive. It currently has firmware number 1.2.7 currently on itI have downloaded all available firmware from Corsair website but neither of these work I have tried to put the earliest one on the hard drive although I cannot find this mysterious to root file to put the firmware in, never the less I have put The firmware in The hard drive.
Summary: Had high hopes but problems with a Seagate. This has been the better option, though I wish you could save via to it other than being plugged into the computer. As a "library" and therefore a backup, it is a fantastic bit of gear. Saving files and navigating through the display is simple. I'd better start filling this huge drive. Certainly saves space on other devices. Seems to have a good battery life too.
Summary: It worked for a month and then lost the Wireless connection and never worked again. I tried contacting Corsair but their Website does not allow to submit RMA for a replacement although, one can create an account on their website but no other options available to return the device and get a replacement.
Summary: OK, so I was looking for an external drive for an Ipad.. looked at wifi broadcasters for std drives and wifi dvd drives (samsung), then I came across the voyager air - purchased the 1TB version after reading the review that someone who bought the 500GB regretted not buying the 1TB. Running Ipad on IOS 7.02; loaded home dvds on drive using WinX DVD Ripper. then went on holiday with teenage kids and 4 ipads.
Summary: I bought my Voyager Air about a month ago and it has been a dream to use since it was easy to set up with both my iphone and ipad. The free app isn't great but its easy to use although it would be good if it could play more than just MP4's, why not mkv or avi's. Note you have create a password or others will be able to use your wifi box. The battery life is pretty good even when streaming video which is what I mainly use it for.
Summary: Great product ,I bought it to go on holiday as we all have a device to watch films when on the plain. There are no down sides as yet, would advise anyone to buy one lots of storage and battery life is very good, It come with all you need to plug in and charge it up when in Europe so save time and hassle looking for adapters .
Summary: Initial testing of this product has shown it to be very capable and easy to use. It's USB3.0 - so if you have the relevant ports on your PC - it copies GBs of data over in no time. I am using it to stream my DVDs to an Ipad - which it does very well indeed. The wireless range is not bad.
More than acceptable for a idea that is in it's early stages.
Michael Nguyen "- Mike", Amazon
7 July 2013
Summary: In terms of connectivity options, the Voyager Air is as versatile as can be. It can create its own Wi-Fi hotspot, so you can transfer files over a wireless network, but it can also connect to a public hotspot and pass that Internet connection through to its own clients. Other wireless hard drives I've tested have required you to log out of their network in order to switch to an Internet hotspot.