Corsair Voyager Air review -
First on battery life, once connected to USB 3.0 the device will feed its power of it, but the strength of the VA is that is has really good battery life. Copying files continuously towards the device resulted in a battery life-time of roughly three and a half close to four hours. If you use the device for what it's intended to, I queued up some and streaming movies you cay expect 5 to 6 hours on one charge. That's pretty good really. So if you need to share files somewhere, no need for a power plug ... power it up and you can access it. Very handy if you need to share some content with friends or in the office (please do keep security in mind though), the device is build to share the easy way and does not have proper NAS level security.
On the previous page we have shown some numbers already, but let's fire off a couple of other things at the several available connections. USB 3.0 performance rocks the best, above write performance. Again Ethernet disappoints a little, but that is still give or take 50 Mbit/s and that is plenty for streaming say a 1080P MKV, actually multiple streams would not be an issue.
Above here we read and write a 1080P MKV file of 9.4 GB in size. We copy back and forth from a Ram-disk. The numbers returned are seconds. Thus lower = better. On USB 3.0 it takes less than 2 minutes to read or write a 9.4 GB movie. That's great. Over Ethernet you are looking at almost 3 minutes to read and 8 and a half minutes to write. And thought from WIFI results in roughly 6 MB/sec -> ~ 50 Mbps admittedly streaming would work quite well. It however would be borderline for Full HD blu-ray quality.
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