Reviews and Problems with Corsair Flash Voyager Slider CMFSL3
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Works as expected and a great price. Only thing I have against this product ...
24 October 2015
Summary: Works as expected and a great price. Only thing I have against this product is that when inserting USB into a computer sometimes the USB slides back in when pushing down on it so you have to make sure you check to make sure the USB is fully inserted.
Pros: Huge flash drive, and I haven't had any issues so far.
Cons: The slide/cover thing seems to slide back a lot when it is in your pocket, I haven't had any issues but it is annoying and I don't think it does a good job of protecting the USB, but no issue so far so just -1 egg.
Summary: Seems ok so far, I don't get to take advantage of the 3.0 speeds as much as I thought I would, since you need a 3.0 port and read/write speeds similar or better on whatever device you're transferring to/from. Kind of bulky. Hasn't died!
Summary: Overall the Corsair Voyager Slilder 16GB has been a reliable, rugged pendrive that has seen a lot of work with imaging machines and still is performing as well as it did when I got it, and still looks good too.
Pros: This has proven to be a very useful and convenient pendrive. It's pretty quick and I found it useful for imaging. The sliding top is pretty slick and eliminates the worry about losing a top-cap. It's also very durable. I've been using it on my lanyard which sees a lot of abuse and the rubberized ...
Cons: Transfer speeds are typical for USB 3.0, not the fastest I've seen, but ok. As rugged as it is, it's a little chunkier than most other pendrives. I do wish their was a quick detach from the key-ring hole.
Summary: after buying a 64 GB version from this product line where the speeds were amazing (69 MB/s). i was surprised to see the slower write speeds (25 MB/s). but it is faster than USB 2.0 so I'm happy.
Pros: Clean design, nice casing materials, and fast transfers. USB 2 read/write: 20-34mb/s USB 3 read 150mb/s Burst transfers up to 250mb/s or more. Been running great for 4 months now.
Cons: Case is too wide, which I could thankfully tell before purchase, so had to buy small extension cable to be sure it can easily fit in all of the different computer port sizes I need connect to. Also helps with hard to reach spots. Had some trouble with speed in the beginning, and I'm not sure how ...
Pros: Decent speed, on USB 2.0 ports I see about 32MB/s. On USB3.0 ports I see about 53MB/s.
Cons: There are two cons, and why I give it 4 eggs. First the drive is thick. The USB ports are too tight on my Asrock's MB to plug in this drive with another USB device above or below it. Sure you can force it, but its way too tight. If you plan to plug in another device right next to this drive, you ...
Summary: Really like this USB for its size, its ability to retract the connection and the small opening that allows you to hang it up or put a lanyard on it. Takes a little time to get used to pushing it out of its casing.