Corsair 512MB Flash Voyager
Written by Michael Larabel in Storage on 24 January 2005. Page 1 of 3. Add A Comment

Overall, the relatively small amount of time in which thumb/flash drives have been around, we have seen a number of different drives each with their own different design and color, but for the most part they're all relatively the same, feature wise. Corsair, on the other hand, have designed their flash drives a bit differently, and have made the Flash Voyager out of durable rubber construction so the drive is shockproof along with being water-resistant. Will the Corsair Flash Voyager prove to be more durable and longer lasting than other inexpensive thumb drives? We'll give the 512MB Flash Voyager a beating in this review.

Features:

· Plug & Play functionality in Windows® XP, 2000, ME, Linux 2.4 and later, Mac OS 9, X and later
· Drivers on CD for Windows® 98
· Lanyard, USB cable and driver CD included
· Supports sustained read speed of 19MB/sec
· Supports sustained write speed of 13MB/sec
· Ten year warranty

Contents:

Included inside the plastic packaging was the actual Flash Voyager, along with a lanyard, USB extension cable, and CD. Contained on the mini CD are the necessary drivers and instructions to operate the Corsair product. The included lanyard neck strap is rather nice and with its hook, it's much easier to latch onto the drive than trying to weave a tiny piece of rope through a tiny hole on the drive. The extension cable is fairly short but is a huge benefit if you don't have or use front USB ports.




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