Reviews and Problems with Corsair Voyager GT Flash Drive
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I like its solid construction (protects device against accidental falls) and ...
2 weeks ago
Summary: I've had this flash drive for about 18 months now and it has worked well for me. I like its solid construction (protects device against accidental falls) and rubber tip to keep dust/dirt out of the male connection when its in storage. The only issue I've had with the flash drive is that it's a bit bulky, meaning that if it's inserted into my desktop/laptop, then I can't connect another USB device directly above or below it.
Summary: Overall a good reliable USB 3.0 flash drive. Will be nice if it is retractable as I lost my cap after a couple months of use. The UBS also tends to be bulky so sometimes I have to unplug adjacent UBS devices from the computer before I can plug in this flash drive.
Summary: I am giving this only 2 stars, possibly it should have 1 star. This unit broke in1 year. Corsair was nice enough to replace it, but I have not heard anything about them making it more reliable. My recommendation to all reading this is to purchase the Kingston DataTraveller Ultimate 3.0 G3. The Kingston has excellent ratings and is the fastest flash drive on the market. Thank you.
Summary: You get what you pay for. Have had this for several years. Very durable, extremely fast....be sure to look at the drive speed, not just storage capacity when comparing these. If you're like me, you have a parent who will show you products for half the price with the same capacity. It's just like comparing RPM speed on a hard drive. If you have large files or mass quantity of files to store, get a drive with SPEED and CAPACITY and DURABILITY.
Horribly Slow Data Controller; Good Capacity; Well built - but TERRIBLY, TERRIBLY SLOW Data Controller
28 October 2013
Summary: This is a physically well built Flash Drive. However, the Data Controller is horribly slow and highly inefficient. It takes SIX to EIGHT times a long (not an exaggeration, I've actually tested mine side-by-side v. other products) to do writes in a real world environment v. the Patriot Magnum of the same size. By the Patriot Magnum, you will be much, much, much happier with the lightning speed.
ALL CORSAIR FLASH DRIVES ARE GARBAGE!!!!! BEWARE!!!
Shon R. Edwards, Amazon
16 April 2013
Summary: In the last 5 years, I have bought (for between $100 and $150 each) 5 Corsair 64 GB flash drives. Every single one of them has failed 2-3 times. Another one failed today, hence, my review. I have never seen a worse computer product/accessory in my entire my life. See all the other reviews. Check out the 32 GB version to see how many 1-star reviews there are. Even this little review forum, there are as many one star entries as 5 star reviews! This is a bad sign.
Summary: This thing is fast! I was able to copy ISO and VMDK files all day, and even used this to host virtual machines. I used it for about 9 months before it started having problems. When I plug it in it lights up but neither windows nor mac osx detects the device. the problem was sporadic, but is now 100% not working (though it still lights up). Attempted to return to amazon, but returns are only good for 30 days from purchase.