Reviews and Problems with Corsair Flash Voyager Mini
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Corsair Flash Voyager Mini
2 February 2009
Excerpt: The Good Durable flash drive. Water resistant and shock proof. Takes up little real estate when next to other USB ports. Perfect for business people and frequent travelers. 10-year Limited Warranty.
Pros: Durable flash drive. Water resistant and shock proof. Takes up little real estate when next to other USB ports. Perfect for business people and frequent travelers. 10-year Limited Warranty.
Cons: So small it is easy to lose. It sometimes stalled when transferring multiple large files. May seem locked in place, when it is not.
Summary: I love USB thumb drives, I’ve got all sorts of them in varying shapes and sizes floating around my desk at all times. The ones I’ve got range in various sizes, shapes colors and capacities, I just think they’re one of the coolest and most useful gadgets out there today.
Pros: Durable and well made, Small and portable, No cap to lose
Corsair Flash Voyager Mini 8GB USB drive. Rocket in your pocket?
1 October 2008
Conclusion: The 8GB drive can be bought for £20.99 at CCL Online . At HEXUS.net, we invite the companies whose products we test to comment on our articles. If any Corsair representatives choose to respond, we'll publish their commentary here verbatim.
Excerpt: We have in the past reviewed various kinds of Corsairs Voyager series, today we have their newest creation which is a bit smaller than the older Voyagers. Today we will look into the Voyager Mini that has some of the same features as its older brothers. The Mini is quite a bit smaller which will aim for a different market. This is still dent and drop resistant and should survive quite a bit of beating.
Conclusion: So what we have here? A high-quality and sturdy product, with great performance/design and yes, high price. The Flash Voyager mini would cost you as much as the larger Corsair Flash Voyager GT 32GB . However, it's more compact and offers almost the same performance.
Summary: It's like the Tardis: small on the outside, but extremely capacious on the inside, with 4GB storage and some classy touches that make the Corsair Mini Voyager a cut above regular USB flash drives.
The Corsair Flash Voyager Mini 32GB packs a lot of data in a small shape, but still offers good value
Good Gear Guide.au
19 May 2009
Summary: If you need copious storage on something smaller than the keys on your keyring, check out this resilient little stick from Corsair. The Corsair Flash Voyager Mini 32GB packs a lot of data in a small shape, but still offers good value.
Pros: Extremely small, decent value
Cons: Slower write speeds than the 4GB Corsair Flash Voyager Mini
Testene viser at minnepinnen fra Corsair slår de hardddiskbaserte løsningene på ytelse. Microdrive-diskene er dårligere enn den flashbaserte minnepinnen på skriving av data, men særlig ved lesing viser minnepinnen styrke. Riktignok scorer minnepinnen dårligere under aksesstid-testene, men dette har lite å si for filoverføringer av den typen mobile lagringsløsninger oftest brukes til.