Corsair Flash Voyager 64GB USB 3.0 (CMFVYGT3A-64GB)
3 weeks ago
Summary: Works as advertised. It's great for storing and showing HD videos I make. Now, I burn my vids to BluRay and DVD disks and give those as gifts, but I can see a day when the price of thumb drives will be so low I can use those instead.
Summary: I bought the drive several months ago and at first, it was great. Super fast, lots of storage (I upgraded from a 32GB drive). Fast forward to 2 weeks later. It died. No response, couldn't get any computer to recognize it. Worst money ever spent.
Summary: I bought this USB 3.0 a few months ago and it is still performing well. The one I got was refurbished and a 90 day warranty, it's a little slower than my Corsair USB 3.0 32 GB but still a good deal. I would certainly buy another one.
Summary: this is most definitely the quickest flash drive i've used. it's so fast you can even make it bootable and run an operating system off of it and have good performance. this is more of an advanced use and you'll want to edit certain settings in the OS as to not needlessly wear it out. the rubberization is like armor. the blue status light lets you know when it's actively being used.
Summary: This Corsair Voyager USB 3.0 is not recognized in Windows 8. Neither as USB 3.0 or USB 2.0. All drivers are up to date. Corsair claims that's a buggy Windows 8 USB 3.0 driver, but all other USB devices (including Kingston USB 3.0 Flash drive) work just fine on my machine. According to Corsair's support forum other customers experiencing the same problem on different platforms e.g. http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?