Reviews and Problems with Corsair Voyager GT Flash Drive
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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.
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!
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
Conclusion: For a USB 2.0 16gigs with 10 years of warranty+ extension cable and a lanyard and which is “shockproof” and durable, you got yourself one of those drives which will be with you for many years to come. Corsair also comes with a good replacement track record as well. Just keep in mind that due to the size of the drive, it would be a tight squeeze if you want to connect a USB device after connecting this, but that’s more of a minor inconvinience rather than a con.
Summary: The price for the drive is Rs 2,200. That's not very expensive for the performance and the sturdy build quality that you get. Even though this is supposed to be one of the higher-end flash drives, it makes good value for money.