Reviews and Problems with Corsair Voyager GT Flash Drive
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15 August 2013
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 was bought as a replacement for an old Kingston drive that died after many years. I wanted USB3 for the faster transfer rate and am quite happy with the results. This particular flash drive is notably larger than the others and I'm not sure what the reasoning is but it works so I have no complaints.
Pros: USB3, good build
Cons: as far as flash drives go this one is on the large side.
Summary: This usb flash drive is really built well! The outside seems to have some sort of soft, impact resistant layer, and I have lots of confidence that it will not break from dropping from generous heights. However, it is also the largest USB flash drive that I have ever owned, and sometimes it makes it difficult to plug other USB devices/cables into neighbouring USB ports if they are close together.
Summary: I have to add to this discussion except that my product is a Flash Voyager GTS 64, not the GT, it was Yellow instead of the usual red or blue. I purchased it in March 2011. It was supposed to be extremely fast, which is was. It lasted about 9 months then one day in December 2011 it just stopped working and just continuously flashed the blue light. I searched the web for a solution and in the end after reading the Corsair forum had to RMA it to Corsair.
Summary: Having used a 32 GB Corsair USB 2 flash drive for years which was reliable and useful, but painfully slow in writing large amounts of data requiring essentially an overnight transfer, I really welcomed the new USB 3 iteration. Now writing large amounts of data is in line with usual interdrive transfers and eminently usable.
Summary: I've been using this flash drive for about a month and am on my second unit due to the first one telling me it was write-protected after a few days of use. There was some other strange behavior with my first unit as well, such as lost data, and not being detected. Regardless this unit is a great solution for quick transfer of large files, bootable OS, etc.