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Corsair Flash Voyager 32GB Review

Propane    -   May 28, 2008
Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Price: $159.99
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Introduction:

Not that long ago, people were transferring files between computers on small capacity floppy disks. These floppies were then replaced by CDs and DVDs, and now flash storage. Flash storage has been around for a while now and has always been increasing in capacity. Flash drives have many benefits, including speed and size, and open new doors like putting live bootable operating systems and very large files on them. The possibilities are endless with this much space.

The Corsair Flash Voyager 32GB is absolutely huge. Corsair's Flash Voyager series has gained a large following because of how rugged they are, and they come in a large variety of sizes. They are also water resistant so you can do a large range of activities and be assured of your data's safety. With a flash drive this big, you can always have your information with you wherever you go.

 

Closer Look:

The packaging that the Corsair Flash Voyager comes in is the plastic packaging that everyone hates because its so hard to open. However, the presentation of the product is very nice, with a large indicator of the drive's capacity on the front, and the fact that it uses USB 2.0. On the back of the packaging, several more features are listed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The drive itself is encased in a plastic covering that has a cap. Flash Voyager is written on the front of the drive and the back, corsairmemory.com. On the front, a small blue LED is near the end to indicate activity. There is also a small ring near the end that you can use to attach the drive to a keychain.

 

 

Finally, the drive comes with two accessories. One is a lanyard that can clip on to the drive and the other is a short extension cable so you can connect the drive in areas where there might be a bind on space.

 

 




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Configuration & Features
  3. Testing
  4. Testing (Continued)
  5. Conclusion
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