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Corsair Voyager GT Flash Drive

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550 Days Later: Corsair Voyager GT USB 3.0 32GB Revisited

17 April 2013
  • Excerpt: Today we are revisiting the Corsair Voyager GT USB 3.0 32GB. We originally reviewed it in October of 2011 , and we're taking a look at it again 550 days later. In the beginning of October of 2012, the drive ceased to function. When plugged into either a USB 2.0 or 3.0 port on a variety of computers, the drive would simply flash a blue light rapidly. No OS or BIOS could detect it, including Windows 7, Linux Mint, Mac OS X, and Parted Magic OS (Linux).
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Corsair Flash Voyager GT USB 3.0 64GB Flash Drive

20 November 2012
  • Conclusion: Corsair's Voyager GT 64GB USB 3.0 pendrive is fast, robust and competitively priced against other premium sticks. Consider it if your work involves moving large files around on a frequent basis.
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[Review] Corsair Voyager GT 32GB USB 3.0

1 February 2012
  • Conclusion: Overall, what can we say that the tests did not show? The Voyager GT outperformed the data Corsair provided, which was a little surprising, but in a good way. We were wondering if Corsair put tentative numbers or low averages of vast amounts of testing as their guaranteed speeds to give a little leeway in their production units. Either way, the Voyager GT does its job and does it very well!
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Corsair Flash Voyager GT 3.0

Everything USB
24 November 2011
  • Summary: Corsair's first USB 3.0 flash drive is still a champ of durability and overall performance, but real world write speeds have become lax and the 32GB model competes too closely with its non-GT cousin.
  • Pros: Fast read speeds, Also fast write speeds (64GB), Durable as ever, 5-year warranty
  • Cons: Synthetic writes are far from real-world performance, 32GB writes barely faster than non-GT model, Blocks vertically-stacked USB ports, Lanyard, extension cable not included
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REVIEW: 32GB Corsair Voyager GT USB 3.0 Flash Drive Impresses

31 October 2011
  • Excerpt: Today we will be taking a look at Corsair's new Flash Voyager GT USB 3.0 32 GB USB Flash Drive which was officially announced on September 9, 2011. The product made its debut in retail a few days after the announcement, we've had it these past few weeks after that.
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Corsair Voyager GT 16GB USB 2.0 drive

13 January 2011
Overall 8

Corsair Flash Voyager GT (32GB)

PC Magazine
1 September 2010
  • Conclusion: The Corsair Flash Voyager GT (32GB) is a high-capacity flash drive with a rugged design and a reasonable price.
  • Pros: Rugged rubber body seals out moisture and protects against bumps. High capacity and decent speeds with a low price per gigabyte.
  • Cons: Bulky design. Easy to lose cap.
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Corsair Voyager GTR 32GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive Review

Legit Reviews
18 April 2010
  • Summary: The Corsair Flash Voyager GTR offers outstanding performance in a stylish, yet rugged package. You’d be hard-pressed to find a better performing USB 2.0 flash drive. Being backed by Corsair’s good name and excellent warranty certainly doesn’t hurt either.
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Overall 9

Corsair Flash Voyager GTR 32GB USB Flash Drive Review

7 April 2010
  • Summary: Final Thoughts I really like it when companies improve on existing product line. Corsair has done that quite a bit with their Flash Voyager line. As I said they had the original Flash Voyager, the Flash Voyager GT and the Flash Padlock 2 , all of which are based on the same rubber casing design which I love. Now they have the Flash Voyager GTR, which is an even faster drive than previous drives and is offered in high capacities up to 64GB!
  • Pros: As always a great design, Very durable, Faster than previous versions
  • Cons: Write speeds were a little off
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Corsair Flash Voyager GTR 32GB Review

2 January 2010
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