Reviews and Problems with Corsair Flash Voyager Slider
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1 week ago
Summary: I picked this up for $17 on sale to check out a USB3 thumb drive. It comes with a fat32 format which is universal, but not useful for my purposes. I reformatted to a Linux file format, so I could try 10gig plus transfers, and all seems fine except that speed really drops off after a few seconds. It is large and that may give issues if adjacent ports are taken up by some larger USB wifi or mouse receiver sticks.
Pros: Price on sale., Warranty of 5 years., Faster than USB2
Cons: Write speed fast at first, then slows. See below.
Summary: Arrived rather quickly in the mail. So far I have used this drive for data transfer as well as a boot drive. In both aspects it is exceptionally faster than a usb 2.0 drive, and well worth the money. I mainly bought this corsair for the brand name as well as value, and so far the drives been working great!
Summary: I purchased this large capacity drive so that I could load my movies to it and not my MAC Air hard drive. I use it when I travel, it's much smaller and lighter than an external HD. I opted for the "faster" capacity drive and it doesn't disappoint. So fast is the data transfer that I can watch a movie from the USB drive mounted and there is absolutely zero disruption.
Summary: I have been a fan of Corsair for a long time and they have never disappointed me. The Corsair Flash Voyager 32GB Flash Drive is just another item I can add the the list. The drive has three main features; Huge Size, USB 3.0 & a Sexy look. The flash drive finish is awesome, the soft rubber looks & feels great and the 3.0 USB give you fantastic transfer rates over USB 2.0. A must buy.
Summary: So far I have purchased 2 of these and 1 of a different model. All 3 are 32g and USB 3. All 3 are super fast and have given me no issues whatsoever. And you can't beat the price for a 32gb stick!