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Product: Corsair Voyager 4GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive
Date: January 30, 2006
Author: Bob Buskirk
Edited By: Ashley Donaldson
Provided By: Corsair
Pages: 1 2 3
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Installation & Testing

Installation is a snap; just plug it into any open USB port. Windows will automatically recognize the drive. The drive does not take up that much space, although it is a bit wide. Therefore if you have stacked USB ports (like on a laptop) you might have problems putting 2 devices in the ports. Here are pictures of the Voyager installed in my laptop and desktop.

For testing we will be using SiSoft Sandraís File System Benchmark and HD Tach. First letís start with Sandra. Here are our results.

As you can see the Voyager performed very well, much better than all the other USB drives listed. It also performs better than other drives we have tested in the past. Here are the HD Tach results.

As you can see also a very good performance. Take note these tests were done after we beat on the drive. We threw it against a brick wall, froze it in water, jumped on it, threw it out a 3 story window, and hit it with a baseball bat. Nothing seemed to affect the performance of the drive. When you are accessing the drive a blue LED lights up; which gives the drive some style.

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Corsair Voyager 4GB
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