Reviews and Problems with Corsair Flash Voyager Slider CMFSL3
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Archer Swalden, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: Flash drive failed today, about 8 months after being purchased. Windows won't even recognize a device is connected. It's a good thing I'm paranoid and kept backups of everything on the drive, because it gave no warning of impending failure.
Summary: Good, Well Built Thumb Drive. It's Pretty FAST but it's not advertised for it's speed. 128 GB thats A-lot of storage space. I use this as one of my Backup Storage Devices, I usually make 2 backups at a time and put them on separate devices, so if one of the Backup devices Fails I have another backup...
Summary: i have test the writen speed in three different laptop with the USB 3.0 ，i was so dissatisfied to find that the writen speed was just about 18m/s，the similar Sandisk's USB3.0 flash drive is easy to write up to 100m/s.
Summary: This flash drive is nothing but BS. I have had it for a very short time...perhaps a month or so and it keeps asking to reformat. NTFS, FAT32, exFAT....neither will report the actual size.....it is supposed to be a 128GB Flash Drive, but it shows Capacity to be only 123GB or so.....
Pros: Works right away. Great storage capacity for the price. Used this to back up my music collection, some photos, and word files. USB 3.0 makes short work of transferring my ~50 gigs of music.
Cons: While I like the slide idea to protect the business end of this drive, I personally prefer full covers or caps for my thumb drives as it keeps debris/gunk from getting in there, but I don't plan on keeping this one in my pocket/backpack daily. Just something to consider.