|Item model number||CMFVG-64GB-NA|
|Item Weight||0.5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.9 x 5.5 x 0.2 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||3.93 x 5.51 x 0.23 inches|
Corsair Flash Voyager GO 64GB USB3.0 micro USB OTG Flash Drive for Android devices
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- Allows you to move and copy files between your Android device and your desktop/notebook PC without using a bulky cable
- Works with any USB On-The-Go compatible Android tablet or smartphone with a Micro-USB connector
- Dramatically boosts your mobile device's storage capacity
- USB 3.0 speed with USB 2.0 compatibility
- Plug and Play, with no driver or app necessary
- Includes extra caps and a lanyard for a personalized look and handy access
- Compatible with Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Mac OS, Linux
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|Digital Storage Capacity||64 GB||64 GB||64 GB||64 GB||64 GB||64 GB|
|Hardware Connectivity||USB 3.0, USB 3.0||USB 3.0||USB 3.0||USB 3.0||USB 3.0||USB 3.0|
|Item Dimensions||5.51 x 3.93 x 0.23 in||0.48 x 1.77 x 0.18 in||0.8 x 2.26 x 0.43 in||0.84 x 0.45 x 2.79 in||0.63 x 0.75 x 0.35 in||1 x 3 x 1 in|
|Item Weight||0.48 ounces||1.6 ounces||0.32 ounces||0.64 ounces||0.32 ounces||1.6 ounces|
|Memory Storage Capacity||64||64 GB||64||64 GB||64 GB||64 GB|
The Easy Way to Move Photos, Music, and Videos Between Your Android Phone or Tablet and Your PC
Imagine no more emailing photos to yourself, hunting for a USB cable, or running out of room on your USB OTG compatible Android phone or tablet. Flash Voyager GO is the quick and easy way to move photos, music, and videos between your mobile devices and your PCs and dramatically increase your devices’ storage.
The ingenious design has both a USB and a Micro-USB connector, so you can copy photos and videos to your desktop or notebook PC for safekeeping, share music and media between your PCs and your Android device, or just leave it connected to the Micro-USB port for a huge boost to your device’s storage capacity.
Note: Some of the listed capacity on a Flash storage device is used for formatting and other functions and thus is not available for data storage. The actual available capacity for data storage is less than what is listed on the products.
Designed for Android Devices with USB On-The-Go Support
Flash Voyager GO has both a USB 3.0 connector for your PC or Mac, and a Micro-USB connector for your Android phone or tablet. It requires a newer Android device with USB On-The-Go (also known as USB OTG) support.
The Accessorizable Accessory
Flash Voyager GO includes two color-coordinated keycaps for customizing the look.
The Solution to Your Photo and Video Problem
Have you ever snapped a photo, and then emailed it to yourself so you’d have a copy on your PC? Have you ever backed up your photos and videos to a low-resolution site like Facebook or Instagram, and then deleted them to save room? Or, do you simply like taking photos and videos more than you like to manage your photo collection? Flash Voyager GO is here to help. Any time you want to share some media or clear room on your Android phone or tablet, just attach the Flash Voyager GO, select and copy the images and videos you’d like to save, and then copy them to your desktop or notebook PC at your leisure. You don’t need to be at your PC or hunt for a USB cable. And unlike cloud storage, Flash Voyager GO lets you keep control of your media, and there’s never a monthly fee.
Good to Go
The lanyard makes it easy to attach to your keychain.
Dramatically Increase Your Device’s Storage
The typical smartphone or tablet has 8GB or 16GB of memory. That might seem like a lot at first, but once you add apps, odds are that it just doesn’t have enough room for all the music, photos, and videos in your collection. And, upgrading your device’s memory card – or worse yet, replacing it with a higher-capacity model – can be an expensive proposition. With Flash Voyager GO, just attach it to your PC, copy your collection, and then snap it in to the Micro-USB port on your mobile device any time you want.
At only 37 mm total length, you’ll want to take it everywhere.
Top customer reviews
There have been very few storage devices in the past that I have been so compelled to purchase due to innovation. Sure, the Voyager GO has a USB 3.0 port... but so does every other device. What made the deal for me was the micro USB port at the other end of the device; an idea so simple yet so ingenious. I no longer have to search through my Himalayan Mountain-sized pile of USB cords and adapters simply to adapt my standard USB 3.0 drive to my mobile device. The interface is very user-friendly and could not have been implemented better. The standard 3.0 interface obviously works well with all compatible ports as well as the micro port. Files were freely transferred among my desktop PC, Asus Transformer Book, Moto Droid Razr Maxx, Galaxy S4, and a friend's Galaxy Note 3 with no difficulties encountered. Some have complained about incompatabilites with various devices, but I have not experienced any of these... yet.
The drive's read/write speeds were what you would expect from a USB 3.0 drive of this caliber. Since I am having difficulties typing from tired hands, I have included a screen capture from a CrystalDiscMark test I did as soon as I received the drive.
Another plus is the classic, eye-pleasing aesthetic that Corsair implements on virtually all their products. If you can make it work well, why not make it look good as well (I'm looking at you, Noctua)?
I do have some minor complaints that may seem a tad picky in nature. First off, I have a habit of losing my devices at only the most inopportune moments; this drive does not assist in that matter due to its size, unless I used a keychain (this would defeat the purpose of the drive for me), but your mileage may vary on this matter. The second isue I had was the tolerances on the USB 3.0 side which made it a workout to simply plug the drive into my USB ports. I encountered this with almost all my ports, and on multiple devices. Perhaps this issue will subside with time and use, but that's like waiting for a car to fix itself.
With these minor complaints aside, I'd like to say I've had the sincerest pleasure adapting this drive to its various possible uses. It receives a high recommendation from me.
I picked the Corsair Flash Voyager GO on the strength of the generally positive reviews, the brand name, and the price (it was on sale for $17.99 at the time I bought the 32GB version). After spending some time testing it, I have mixed emotions about it. If you see it on sale for the price I was given, then I can recommend it. Otherwise, I think there are better and, in particular, faster solutions out there.
My first impression of the Voyager GO was that it was tiny. It's very thin and pretty short. There's a standard USB connector on one side and a microUSB plus on the other. The microUSB plug has a cap; the standard USB connector does not. That worries me a little, particularly for a device that's intended to be used on the go. It wasn't immediately clear from the pictures or the description that one side didn't include a cap.
The Voyager GO ships with two caps: one black and one yellow, so you can change out the black cap for a yellow one if you want to. It seems rather useless to me, but okay.... The device includes a small lanyard so that you can attach it to, e.g., a keychain. The lanyard also attaches the microUSB cap to the main body of the flash drive to make sure that you don't lose the cap.
I was able to transfer files to and from my phone and my tablet with ease, as both devices and my computer and laptop recognized the flash drive without anything else needed. So why am I not giving this a better score? Two reasons: the first is that the microUSB connector is just a wee bit out of spec and I have to jiggle it a bit to get it to work properly with the tablet. The second, and more compelling, reason is that it's slow on the USB 3.0 side. I tested this against a couple of other USB 3.0 flash drives and in each case it was 20-40% slower, whether testing with large files, a large set of smaller files, cached or uncached. The whole point about moving up to USB 3.0 is to get the increased speed and this drive was barely above USB 2.0 speeds.
The drive does work, it's small, certainly easy to carry in a pocket (although use the lanyard to attach it to something so that you don't lose it) but the omission of the USB cap, the very slightly out-of-spec microUSB connector, and the slow speeds mean that I can't give it a better rating. As I say above, if it's inexpensive, it's definitely worth a look. Otherwise, I'd look for a faster, better protected option.