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I was concerned about what kind of read and write speeds I would get with a USB flash drive of this size. I'm glad to say I was throughly satisfied with it's performance. Beating my 4 GB Play drive with aplomb. Having gone through a few USB drives in my time I had become complacent with low speeds and variable performance when transferring files of different sizes. This Corsair drive proved the fastest drive I've used for both reading and writing, whether it was a small MP3 or 7 GB HD movie. While 64 GB may seem excessive to many, others will be glad for the freedom it affords.
I'm now able to carry 1 drive around without worrying about space constraints. Gone are the days or 2 or 3 USB drives filling my pockets. This drive, like the other Voyager models comes surrounded by a light but tough rubber coating. This means that dropping it from any height will do no damage to your data or any part of the drive. This drive also claims to be water proof which I believe having seen how snuggly the cap fits to the end. Despite my faith in it's claims I rather not risk it given the price. I'm sure the very reasonable warranty would cover it though.
The Corsair Flash Voyager family of USB drives is rugged, stylish, compact, and reliable, making them ideal for transporting MP3s, digital images, presentations and more. Flash Voyager drives are fully Plug and Play with most operating systems and are backward compatible with USB 1.1. Their durable rubber casing is easy to grip and water resistant.
The Flash Voyager product line is both enclosed in the Corsair proprietary all-rubber Flash Voyager housing. Boasting water-resistant properties, these drives allow users to carry more valuable data and applications without compromise. Several reviews of the Flash Voyager products have demonstrated the ruggedness, durability, and reliability of the Flash Voyager family. The Flash Voyager has been shown laundered, baked, frozen, boiled, dropped, and even run over by a SUV in many third party reviews. After all the punishment it receives, the drive continues to work.