Corsair Voyager Air review -
Corsair has sent us their red version of the Voyager Air. The product will become available in the colors, red and black. Our particular sample is a 1TB storage unit that can be connected via USB (2.0/3.0)and Gigabit Ethernet. But it also functions as a wireless WiFi external storage drive for streaming media and packing in data and files for remote usage.
The Voyager Air from Corsair is a USB 3.0-capable high speed external and includes options for wireless streaming over desktop PC, tablets, and smartphones (Android / iOS app), but if you connect it to your router via the Gigabit Ethernet port that'll work as well.
Drive contents and media that way can be shared with everyone simultaneously on your home network. Our initial measurements show that the HDD is rated at roughly 100MB/sec for reads. Sure, that is not comparable with modern age SSD and NAND Flash storage but for its purposes it'll be just fine. Included are a small manual and USB 3.0 cable, DC power-USB cable, USB car adapter, accessory pouch, wall adapter and connecting plug piece for UK/EU power sockets.
The design of unit is a little bigger than what you'd normally expect, but the Voyager air has way more technology embedded as well alongside a powerful lithium power battery. The battery life indicator lights up green if the Voyager Air has more than 75 percent of juice left, amber when it has less than 75 percent, and red when it has less than 5 percent. The lightning bolt to the right of the battery life indicator glows blue when the Voyager Air is charging. There are two buttons on the front side, the far left one is power /on/off and to the right the slider en/disables WIFI mode.
At the backside we see the power connector, USB 3.0 connector and a Gigabit jack for Ethernet. The unit measures 5.5 x 3.3 x 1.0 inches, a little bit bigger than your average storage unit but remember, it has a battery, extra connectivity and embedded WIFI (802.11g/n) single band.
We review the Corsair Vengeance K95 mechanical keyboard with cherry red switches. The K95 is the flagship successor in the popular Vengeance keyboard series and while it uses the same basis and conc...
Corsair Carbide 330R review
We review and test the Corsair Carbide 330R, also known as hero. The new model is aimed at a more audiophile tense segment as it has sound dampening materials all over the place.
Corsair Force LS 240GB SSD Review
Corsair has released the Force LS series SSD, and we review it. This is the arrival of the new 19nm Toggle NAND based LS series for consumers is aimed to be a more affordable product series within Corsair's extensive SSD range. And though not the fastest kid on the block it definitely knows how to impress. Let's check out the review.
Corsair Obsidian 750D review
We test and review the all new Corsair Obsidian 750D chassis. The chassis is of course based of its bigger brother the 900D which was recently released and embraced by the PC enthusiast community.