Reviews and Problems with Corsair Flash Voyager Mini
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Poor design; Falls apart after time
16 March 2016
Summary: This is one of the fastest miniature USB 3 devices, but it falls apart. It consists of several pieces of plastic sandwiched into a thin aluminum housing, The housing is held in place by several tiny divots, which are supposed to grip the plastic.
Summary: Working as expected, nothing more, nothing less and great for the price. A little fragile though... after a month of living on my keychain it had already started to malfunction and not get recognized by some devices
Summary: Flimsy aluminum case is very easily scratched. After only a month, the innards have started moving (not properly connected to the casing). I have had connection drop when there is the slightest touch. Get the Corsair Flash Voyager Vega 64GB (or similar) instead.
Summary: It's small, and looks nice enough, but Within a week's use, the metal sheath came off and I had to super glue it. And now, it has finally stopped working. Luckily I did not have anything valuable on it at the time. I cannot recommend.
Summary: Now I have to be careful to keep the casing sliding off and it not detecting. Corsair makes great products in general but this specific one I can't recommend
Pros: Nice size/form factor. Seems it will still be reliable enough, and the metal casing SEEMS nice but...
Cons: ...the casing slide right off after one use in a "virgin" USB port. I had to slide it back on and squeeze the casing to stay on and now it's still loose and doesn't always detect. Metal is sadly flimsy. :( Mediocre speeds, I have seen some USB 3.0 drives that are actually much worse, but I would ...
Cons: This is an update to a previous review: I was originally impressed with this drive until i got it out of my pocket today (less than a week old) to use and found the USB connector to be completely collapsed. Luckily I was able to bend it back and it will still function but I will not put it back o...
Summary: I have other corsair USB 3 drives I tested this against and all other USB 3 drives outperformed it. I don't know if they changed the memory in them or not. All my others maxed in the 40's with a constant speed of 39.7 at the lowest.
Pros: Small form factor A key ring you will need so you don't lose it. USB 3 Durable . 28.8 Gigs useable.
Cons: The best write speed I got was twenty megabytes constant. It would start at 24MBs and go down till it reached 20. Read was only maxed at 152MBs. This is not USB 3 speeds. To me USB 3.0 speeds are in the high 30MB range to 60Mb.