Corsair Voyager 16 GB USB 2.0 Water Resistant Flash Drive (CMFUSB2.0-16GB)
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- Ideal for transporting MP3's, Digital Photos, Power Point Presentations, Video Footage of the kids, and so much more!
- Flash Voyager drives have been tested by dropping, boiling, baking, and even running them over with SUV's!!!
- Store up to 4,000 MP3 Files! Or How about 4,960 Digital Photos! Or Store 6 hours of video footage!
- Enclosed in Corsair Proprietary All-Rubber Housing ensures Water Resistance and Ultra Durability!
- Our 5 Year Warranty means you can write information for 24/7 for 10 years non-stop!
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|Digital Storage Capacity||16 GB||16 GB||32 GB||32 GB||32 GB||32 GB|
|Hardware Connectivity||USB 2.0||USB 3.0, USB 3.0||USB 3.0||USB 2.0||USB 2.0||USB 2.0|
|Item Dimensions||8 x 6 x 1.5 in||7.48 x 5.35 x 0.83 in||1.57 x 0.48 x 0.43 in||5.12 x 3.15 x 0.22 in||5.3 x 0.19 x 3.5 in||29 x 0.69 x 1.63 in|
|Item Weight||—||0.88 ounces||0.3 ounces||0.18 ounces||0.4 ounces||0.32 ounces|
|Memory Storage Capacity||16 GB||16||32 GB||32 GB||32 GB||32 GB|
The Corsair Flash Voyager family of USB drives is rugged, stylish, compact and reliable making them ideal for transporting MP3's, digital images, presenations and more. Flash Voyager drives are fully Plug and Play with most operating systems and backward compatible with USB 1.1.
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Based on prior Amazon reviews I chose Kingston Digital 16 GB USB 2.0 Hi-speed Datatraveler Flash Drive DT101G2/16GBZ, Black (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0041Q38SA/ref=oh_details_o01_s00_i01) and Corsair Flash Voyager 16 GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive CMFUSB2.0-16GB (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000LXTUT8/ref=oh_details_o01_s00_i00).
I transferred three files to each flash drive. The files ranged in size from a few kbs up to 1.2 gig. In all three tests the Kingston Digital 16 GB USB 2.0 Hi-speed Datatraveler Flash Drive DT101G2/16GBZ top speed was a little more than three times faster than the Corsair Flash Voyager 16 GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive CMFUSB2.0-16GB.
The Kingston hit top speeds of 18, the Corsair hovered around 7 at a max speed and dipped down to 4 on larger file. Needless to say, I kept the Kingston for myself and gave my wife the Corsair drive :p
As far as size goes, I have plenty of room on my laptop and USB hub, so there are no issues with either flash drive being too large or too wide for practical use. Same with the Sony TV. Plenty of space for USB devices there too.
I love that the Corsair provides a protective USB cap and offers shock resistance. The Kingston provides neither. For traveling the Corsair makes better sense; is less prone to dander or spilled milk or anything else getting stuck in the USB connector. The Kingston is pretty much unprotected from debris. The Corsair has a nice feel. Very sturdy and no need to feel like you need to 'baby' it as with cheaper constructed drives. The wife is stoked over her first USB flash drive.
If this drive were faster I'd give it five stars. For my needs speed matters. I'm happier with the performance of the Kingston for myself. The wife on the other hand does not know the difference. She needs something to store and access small downloaded MP3s and PDFs once a week or so. She has no concept of speed. The Corsair drive is perfect for her use -- or so I tell myself :)
I bought last year the Corsair 32 GB Flash Drive to put some of my iTunes music on it to use in our 2012 Honda Odyssey Van, and it worked great.
I wanted a second one to backup an iPhoto Library that I was creating, before installing the new iPhoto '11 Application. Thank goodness that I bought this second flash drive and put my old application of iPhoto '8, and my Library on the flash drive as the new application wiped out all of my albums, slideshows, and several thousand photos!
Even though I had a backup of data on my external hard drive in Time Machine, and a Clone copy of my Macintosh HD, the Corsair Flash Voyager did the trick. I was able to restore my Library back to how it was in iPhoto '8, and I have decided not to install the new application until Apple finds a cure to the missing albums, slideshows, and photo's that seem to be deleted when you install the new version of iPhoto '11. Many people have complained about this problem with the new version.
I probably should have gotten the larger 64 GB drive unit, and I may buy another one since these are small and a great way to backup things on your computer before installing any new applications.
The speed of the drive was acceptable. I never had any complaints.
My only issue with this drive is that one day when I really needed some data off of it I plugged it in and it didn't work. It had been working just a few hours before, but when I really needed it I got a message that I needed to format the drive. Suddenly Windows XP didn't recognize it and I had no access to my data. I later tried the drive on several other computers with different operating systems and got the same results. I suppose it's possible that the drive was demagnitized, but I don't know how it would have happened since the drive was just in my pocket the whole time. In any case, the drive went from a great asset to a non-asset nearly instantly. Instead of reformatting I was forced to order a replacement flash drive from another manufacturer due to lack of trust with this one.
Incidentally, the caps slide off of these drives really easily. They are just held on by friction (rubber against metal). If you put the drive in your pocket or attach it to your keychain the cap will eventually slide off in your pocket or wherever you happen to be. It's almost a guaranteed eventual loss for whoever owns them.
After initially losing mine I went to the manufacturer's website and found a button and an associated form to request replacement caps. I filled out the form about 4 or 5 weeks ago and still haven't received any replacement caps.
Two weeks ago I ordered another drive with a similar friction cap design and in anticipation of losing the cap I emailed their customer service department requesting a couple of extras. I already received 2 replacement caps from them free of charge. I think that shows a big difference in the support offered by this manufacturer and other flash drive manufacturers.
As far as the ruggedness of this drive's design goes, I'd say it appears to be reasonably rugged. It is encased in a seemingly thick outer rubber layer. I never had any problems with physical damage to the drive.
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