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Corsair Flash Voyager GT 32 GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive CMFUSB-32GBGT

by Corsair
13 customer reviews

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  • Fast! On a par with portable USB hard drives, and faster than competing high-capacity USB flash drives!
  • Compatibility: Works with Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux operating systems, without the need for drivers!
  • Durable: With no moving parts and a ruggedized, rubber housing.
  • 10 Year Warranty Backed by Corsair - A respected name with a passion for great service and support
  • Convenient: Just plug it and go! No special cables, no power adapters needed
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Technical Details

  • Waterproof

Product Description

The Flash Voyager GT 32 GB is the most convenient way to transport large amounts of any kind of data: high-resolution photos and artwork, massive databases, or even entire music collections. And with its blazing 30MB per second read speed and 16MB per second write speed, it rivals the fastest portable hard drives. The Flash Voyager GT 32 GB outperforms other high capacity USB flash drives by a wide margin. It’s ruggedized rubber housing is designed to provide durability and enhanced protection for your valuable data. The Flash Voyager GT 32 GB needs no special drivers, no external power, and no cables, making it the world’s fastest, most convenient high capacity storage solution for anyone who needs high-performance, rugged, portable storage.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.1 x 5.8 x 1 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B002OEH8JG
  • Item model number: CMFUSB-32GBGT
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 10, 2009

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By rayad on November 2, 2009
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Glad to comment first on this drive. I was skeptical at first before I purchased this drive, since it had a couple of negative reviews about formating problems, which bothered me as it questioned its reliability. It comes standard FAT file format. This means you will not be able to store a file larger 4 gigs. As an I.T. person, you always need to copy files larger than 4 gigs like images, databases etc. The problem people might have is formating this baby. It is not straight forward. You have to open my computer, Right-click on the cosair drive and click properties. Then click on "Hardware" tab. Then form the list select the Corsair drive and click on "Properties" at the bottom. Then click on "Policies" tab when the new window comes up... you will see two options. Check the second option which says "Optimize for performance". Click ok. Now you will see the option to format in NTFS.
This thing is very fast, stable and durable. Had my drive a few months now and it has even been dropped, almost eaten by my puppy ect. You will not regret buying this.

*Update* after 2 years of constant everyday usage, this baby is still KICKIN !
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Frank Paris on January 13, 2010
I just got this today. I wanted a thumb drive that could hold all my "choice" digital wilderness photographs so I could easily bring them over to a friend's house and show him my work. I like to view my images full screen on a 1920x1440 pixel display, and so I always scale my 12 MPixel camera images down to a size that will fit into a full screen window that size that has no borders. To copy my images onto the Corsair, I ran a program that I wrote that can copy digital photographs scattered all over my hard disk to another disk. I ended up copying 8,173 JPEG files each of which is scaled to fit within a 1920x1440 pixel display. These files average 1.18 MByte each, totalling 9.42 GBytes. Thus this Corsair is actually overkill for my immediate needs, although if I put *all* my "choice" scaled images on the drive, most of it would be used up, since I'm also into taking reams of family photos. In any case, I timed how long the copy operation took: 18 minutes and 34 seconds, or 7.33 images/sec. I guess I can't complain.

I plugged the thumb drive into a 7-port DLink USB hub. Other people have complained that this thumb drive is too wide to put other USB devices right next to it when using various other hubs or directly into their PC USB jacks. I wouldn't be able to plug two of these right next to each other in my DLink hub, but had no problem plugging it in right next to my wireless mouse receiver. Besides, it comes with a narrow connector cable that will let you plug as many as you want into a hub, or even the back of your computer, a nice touch.

As others have pointed out, the build quality of the device lives up to its premium price. Dropping it with its cap on is never going to do any damage to it.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ernest J. Pineault on November 19, 2009
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As the price of flash memory has dropped, products like these are a good buy. The only draw-back I have found it the size. It's too fat to allow another USB to connect to the second port at the front of my tower.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jon Walker on November 3, 2009
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This is the first "thumb drive" I have ever purchased/used, so I really have nothing to compare it with at this point. However, I am extremely satisfied with this purchase. For the most part I wanted a simple solution for the transfer of video files from my laptop (conversion platform) to my desktop (viewing platform) computer, as well as, a drive on which to store photos for printing and means to store all of my application registration data (in case of system failure). This unit appears to be just what was needed for these purposes.

In addition, I was delighted with the quality and durability of the product. Encased in soft rubber, the unit is easy to grip, water resistant, and well protected from impacts due to accidental dropping. And, as it comes with its own lanyard, I have no problem toting it about with me constantly -- either worn around my neck or carried in a pocket. As I have somewhat large hands, its size is also just right for me being neither too large nor too small to be handled/manipulated. While it is noticeably slower than my Firewire video drives, the compact design and USB 2 speeds are satisfactory even when moving multiply, large files between platforms. Although it was not the cheapest drive I looked at, its dollar value for the quality and service received is, in my opinion, quite high and would quickly recommend the Voyager to any potential buyer.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Arcadian on March 8, 2010
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It's really kind of slow for it's price range. It also had some weird access delays and even data corruption on several occasions.

I decided to return the GT and got the GTR version instead which was much faster. But then I ran into firmware issues where I had to use a third party utility to rewrite the GTR's firmware (see my Corsair GTR review for details).

At least the GTR works after using a third party utility to rewrite its firmware -- not that it won't fail again.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. PT Farrell on September 25, 2010
I have used my 4GB and 16GB Flash Voyager GTs for some time and absolutely love them. fast and reliable.

I cannot say the same for my experience with the 32G GTR. After a couple of months, I plugged it in and although Windows saw something is connected, it could not find the media. I returned it for exchange and this time it has lasted a month and the same fault has occurred.

The Corsair support forum is full of many users reporting the same bug, so it is not me or my equipment. [...]

My advice is to not buy a GTR until Corsair say they have resolved the problem.
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