Corsair 512MB Flash Voyager
Written by Michael Larabel in Storage on 24 January 2005. Page 2 of 3. Add A Comment

Examination:

The Corsair Flash Voyager is unbelievably small, hence the name thumb drive. Alternatively, with our traditional golf ball sizing, we see it's marginally longer than a golf ball.

While most of the thumb drives we have examined are simply rectangular with a plastic shell, the Flash Voyager does have a bit of a curve to it, but the main thing it's its rubber exterior. With a rubber exterior on both the actual drive and the cap, this drive is virtually water-resistant. On the top of the drive is the product name, Flash Voyager, along with Corsair's logo on the cap, while on the bottom side is Corsair's web address.

Yanking off the rubber cap, we see the USB connector. The rubber intercepts the connector very tightly to prevent any water from seeping in. On the opposite side of the Corsair Flash Voyager is a blue activity LED, signifying read and writes to the drive, while behind that is a hook for connecting to the lanyard.


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