Reviews and Problems with Corsair Flash Voyager Mini
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Corsair Flash Voyager Mini 4gb and 8gb Reviewed
22 October 2008
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
Excerpt: The Voyager is the joint-cheapest 4GB flash drive in the group and it costs a reasonable £4.81 per gigabyte. The outer casing is rubber and should absorb any bumps or shocks. Unfortunately, there's nowhere to stow the rubber cap when detached. Corsair's Voyager was the second-fastest drive in our photo files test, and produced respectable speeds in all others. It's a great choice if you need something durable and inexpensive.