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Old 12-20-2004, 07:05 PM
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http://www.mvktech.net/content/view/697



The Flash Voyager from Corsair is a fast and easy way to transfer data. Being water resistant, shock proof and offering true plug and play, this device is well worth the investment. It’s small, compact and works perfect. The Flash Voyager has out classed its competition in our synthetic tests.



http://www.overclockercafe.com/Revie...ger/index.html

Now, I didn't appreciate how fast this was until I benched the SanDisk Micro. To be quite honest, I was at a complete loss to explain the incredible difference between the two units. But in the end, whether its quality control, an exceptional random sample versus a so-so one, superior technology or just plain luck, it boils down to the Corsair unit kicked the living crap out of the SanDisk. Not only does it get my full recommendation but it also gets a place on my keychain. Editors Choice Award
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more review from AnandTech

http://www.anandtech.com/printarticle.aspx?i=2549
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another good review from techPowerUp!

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/C...shVoyager1GB/1
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and the one from Phoronix

http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...item=332&num=1
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"The Voyager is a dual channel drive based on a Prolific PL-2518 dual channel controller and two Toshiba memory chips. It supports security features by using password protection but it doesn’t have encryption. "


http://www.pureoverclock.com/article27-11.html


Another Worthy Mention: Corsair Flash Voyager The Corsair Flash Voyager has a few quirks that might just make it some ones number one flash drive. With its all rubber coating, it is virtually indestructible under a typical scenario. It also has the second fastest write speeds in this roundup. It’s just let down by average read speeds which were quite a lot slower than the top four read drive here, the Migo, Elite, Rally and David. Generally speaking, the overall performance was solid enough for this to be a shortlist contender, I for one am very fond of its styling and build quality – anyone who has a flash drive before will know how important this can be if you’re a bit heavy handed.
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http://www.tomshardware.com/2005/05/...run/index.html

Tom's Hardware Data Transfer on the Run: High-Speed USB Flash Drives review
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War of Pendrivers

Kingston DataTraveler II Migo Edition vs Corsair Flash Voyager


http://www.chilehardware.com/review_200509051.html
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Post Flash Voyager GT Review

EverythingUSB.com has a review of the Flash Voyager GT up that tests the speed, water and heat resistance, kinetic resistance, and crush resistance.

http://www.everythingusb.com/corsair...4gb_12200.html

Full disclosure: I wrote the review.
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Hi to everybody

Review: Corsair Flash Voyager GT 2/4GB (RoundUp)

http://www.madboxpc.com/contenido.php?id=4769

Also in the review: Corsair Flash Voyager 2 GB (Clasic) and LG Drive!

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A real round up of VoyagerGT 2gb.

VoyagerGT v/s other pendrives of the same line.
Enjoy!

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Default Flash Survivor GT Review

EverythingUSB.com has posted a review of the Flash Survivor GT that tests the speed, water resistance, drop impact and SUV crush resistance of the drive. (This was actually done a few weeks ago, but I forgot to post it here until now.)

http://www.everythingusb.com/corsair...8gb_12805.html



To Corsair: While I'm glad the drive ultimately lived through the testing and should survive most encounters with fate, I do hope that the design is improved in the future so that the non-removable endcap doesn't fly off so easily - either by threading the cap or increasing the surface area for the glue.
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Corsair PadLock 2GB Review by BenchZone
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Pretty big comparison review..

http://www.corecomputers.com.au/USBReviewDiagrams.htm
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http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/mem...oundup_17.html
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