Reviews and Problems with Corsair Flash Voyager Mini
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Be wary that you don't crush the business end of ...
Sean K. O'Brien "seannyob", Amazon
29 August 2014
Summary: Be wary that you don't crush the business end of this thing, the metal shroud will collapse a bit on you. You may be able to bend it back into shape. Other than that, these are the top of the line in keychain USB 3 sticks. I order these for my people exclusively.
Summary: Reading the other reviews got me concerned about the transfer rate while transferring large files, but I haven't noticed anythig after 2 months. The only reason I'm giving it less than five stars is that the color wears off and for a key chain flash drive, it doesn't seem very durable. Overall small, light, and handy.
Summary: Is not as fast as I will expect from a 3.0; however for the price I got ($14) is still a good deal. The construction is sturdy and so far has resisted 3 months of being inside my pocket, (full of keys and coins), daily without issues
Summary: This is a good unit, but it could be a bit faster. It still performs better than the Patriot drive that I am using, but there are much faster units around. I average 45MB/sec read and 12MB/sec write to this unit, so the read speed is good but the write speed could be better.
Summary: It's pretty fast, only complaint is that the gray paint has been scraped off by putting it into the USB slots. Also it has gotten a little bit bent just from having it on my keyring and in my pocket every day.
Summary: It is extremely tiny. But works at what I assume is more a USB 2 speed. I purchased it because my old usb drive that stays on my keychain broke, so it no longer stays on the ring. My first replacement was a kingston datatraveler ultimate 3.0 g3, but it was way bigger than I expected it to be and put too much bulk onto something that would be in my pocket every day. I am returning that and keeping this because it is so tiny! but I did a test on the speed.
Summary: I wanted a bigger flash drive to carry around that would also be able to take a beating. I have a smaller drive from kingston that is similar to this one: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00DYQYIZU/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B00DYQYIZU&linkCode=as2&tag=wwwblindhelix-20 And that one can take a real beating. I've ran over that thing with my car and kept it on my key ring for a long time and it doesn't have any scratches or anything.