Summary: I have used a number of different types of flash drives over the years. Corsair has proven most reliable. If you look at technical reviews, they also tend to have the fastest read/write speeds.
Summary: I own the 16GB version of this 3.0 USB Flash Drive for $22. Corsair makes excellent products. They are especially known for their RAM and Cases. Though their flash drives are also great. Flash drives are not intended for long term storage. Rather, they are a convenience component for quick access to temporary storage like movies, pictures, programs, and documents. If you want to backup files for the long term, get an external hard drive.
Summary: Overall Very good flash drive. Worth it when it is on sale. Rubber collect dust easily and can be hard to clean but performance wise, it is great. Also not a big fan of the cap. easy t to lose it. Would definitely purchase again if it is on sale.
Pros: Fast, CHeap when on sale.
Cons: Rubber, catches dust easily. not a big fan of the lid which can be lost easily also.
Summary: So why are there constantly refurbs of the Voyager available? Because they die left and right. But for the price, frankly, it's worth the risk. I have bad luck with Flash drives, I've killed my last two and they were pricy USB 3.0 models. If this one bites the dust I won't feel too bad. Just don't keep any important data on it - always have a backup!
Summary: Less than a year Wont read Lost data I which i could return it or get my money back No warning it just died *****Update******* Not the easiest RMA Process, but I did get sent a new working Flash drive,so far so good I have change my rating
Summary: This is great and inexpensive little flash drive that up to now has provided to be fast and reliable. The minor cap issue and the dust magnet rubber coating are the only two things that I can say are things that some may not like.
Pros: Fast, well priced, and seemingly well built.
Cons: A minor thing for me is that the cap can be lost since it is not attached to the body nor has a place to stick it when it's off.
Summary: I've been using it for the past month with no problems so far (keep my fingers crossed). Many reviews say the drive will fail because the rubber housing isn't stiff enough to prevent the IC inside from bending. I've formatted it exFAT 64K block. Writes at 42 MB/sec through Intel Z77.
Summary: Just got this today, ran a crystal disk mark. score below SEQ Read, 77.71. Write 24.55 512K Read 65.29. Write 0.944 4K Read 11.61 Write 0.009 4K QD32 Read 13.44 Write 0.010 It works as its marked.