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Corsair Introduces the Flash Voyager GTX USB 3.0 Flash Drive and Voyager Air 2 Wireless Drive

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: 08:59PM

If you are in need of storage, Corsair has a couple new solutions that may be perfect for you. One of them is the Flash Voyager GTX USB 3.0 flash drive, and the other is the Voyager Air 2 Wireless Drive. The Flash Voyager GTX comes in 128 and 256GB capacities, with read speeds of 450MB/s and write speeds of 350MB/s, which effectively gives you a portable solid state drive. That speed and capacity aren't the only SSD-like elements, as each Flash Voyager GTX boasts USB Attached SCSI and S.M.A.R.T. monitoring to ensure error-free transfers of files. It also has TRIM support to help keep degradation away during long and heavy usage.

Flash drives are one thing, but for those needing a lot more storage, that's where the Voyager Air 2 Wireless Drive comes into play. This palm-sized, wireless hard drive features a 1TB capacity that can work with Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS devices. Wirelessly connectivity is covered by 802.11b/g/n at ranges up to 90 feet, but it can also be plugged in via USB 3.0. You can even use the Voyager Air 2 as a WiFi hotspot. Corsair includes each Voyager Air 2 Wireless Drive with its new Voyager Air 2.0 software, which allows for easier media browsing, Dropbox and Google Drive cloud sync, and Airplay streaming for Apple TV. Users can browse their TV shows by name, season, or episode; and music by artist, album, genre, or song title. Each drive can also be connected wirelessly to home networks and stream to DLNA-enabled devices like smart TVs, Blu-ray players, and game consoles.

The Corsair Flash Voyager GTX USB 3.0 flash drive launches this July, with the 128GB priced at $119.99 and the 256GB at $199.99. Corsair's Voyager Air 2 Wireless Drive arrives this month and will set you back $179.99.

Source: Press Releases

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