Corsair 64GB Voyager USB Flash Drive - NOH, £74.99 Delivered @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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The Corsair Flash Voyager family of USB drives are 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
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#1
cr#p build quality
#2
i have got this with 32GB.
please be aware. the speed is super slow.

i rather use sandisk now.
#3
Its not that bad i have one
#4
It's not bad, as i have the 8Gb version and its been thrown about so lasted me 2 years. Although if you require speed, go for the GT range.
#5
This was faster than the SanDisk cruzer I got, but it also depends on the file format you use.

I do agree about the build quality, it's not the best design by any means, my flash drive actually slips out of the rubber used to house it.
#6
Does anyone know any good cheap usbs, like 8gb that are fast also? Or do they not exist?
#7
sandisk are pretty fast in my experience
#8
hassanm
Does anyone know any good cheap usbs, like 8gb that are fast also? Or do they not exist?


Yes, go get the Patriot XT Boost 200X. Much quicker than the standard usb flash drives and around £15.
#9
Does it make anyone else feel incredibly old when they see 64Gb of storage on what amounts to a keyring :oops:
#10
hassanm
Does anyone know any good cheap usbs, like 8gb that are fast also? Or do they not exist?


Of the standard range ones I like the SanDisk Cruzer Micro (metal with clear casing). Just be careful as the almost identical name SanDisk Micro Cruzer (slide out black plastic case) is much slower.
#11
Wow, 64GB...

I find it equally amazing and disturbing that such a tiny device holds so much data. I mean, I remember using those old 1.44MB floppy discs back at school. This is the equivalent of 45,511 of those... and is much smaller than just one of them. More reliable too...

Technology, eh?
#12
Cab00se
Does it make anyone else feel incredibly old when they see 64Gb of storage on what amounts to a keyring :oops:


:oops:

Yeah.

The thing is, this is a better price than seen so far and if you have the time the slow speed's not such a problem.......but where's the 32gb micro SD HC cards at a reasonable price?

I want one for my phone.
I wish they'd hurry up, get here and then they can start to fall in price like all this stuff does. :x
#13
Caution: these are refurbs:-

"An NOH unit is one that is "Newly Overhauled". At some point they have been returned to Corsair from either an end user or a dealer, and may or may not have been used. Many of the units Corsair get back from their larger retailers are actually found to be working fine, but end users have returned them for any number of reasons.

Corsair take all these units that come back, test them, and repairs them if necessary".
#14
Cab00se
Does it make anyone else feel incredibly old when they see 64Gb of storage on what amounts to a keyring :oops:


I feel old when I see young ladies out in this hot weather, of course when I tell them I have 64GB of storage in my pocket they don't seem that impressed either sadly.
#15
fishmaster
I feel old when I see young ladies out in this hot weather, of course when I tell them I have 64GB of storage in my pocket they don't seem that impressed either sadly.


Try 8GB in either pocket, it works for me down the swimmers...
#16
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Of the standard range ones I like the SanDisk Cruzer Micro (metal with clear casing). Just be careful as the almost identical name SanDisk Micro Cruzer (slide out black plastic case) is much slower.

You are quite correct - the cruzer micro skin is what you are describing - very fast & small, yet durable. What a pity they never made them above 8GB. Quite rare now - I think ebuyer/play/mymemory may do them. Always my USB drive of preference.
#17
Cab00se
Does it make anyone else feel incredibly old when they see 64Gb of storage on what amounts to a keyring :oops:


Yep, my first PC was £1200 and had a 20GB hard drive.
#18
Heed20
Yep, my first PC was £1200 and had a 20GB hard drive.


We used to sell apricot pc's in the early 90's, a 386 with 650Mb hdd was £2500!:w00t:
#19
I've got the 16GB version of this for work and it's alright, glad it's got the 25 year warranty though as I've had to ship it back twice already for a replacement. So generally speaking I get a new one every year!

I use it quite a lot and the USB connection must some how become lose/detached inside and I end up having it hold it at an angle while it's in the computer for it to be recognised. I just make sure when it gets like that to backup the data and send it off for another one.

RMA service is pretty quick but you do have to pay the postage to send it to the Netherlands.
#20
ollie2001
I've got the 16GB version of this for work and it's alright, glad it's got the 25 year warranty though as I've had to ship it back twice already for a replacement. So generally speaking I get a new one every year!

I use it quite a lot and the USB connection must some how become lose/detached inside and I end up having it hold it at an angle while it's in the computer for it to be recognised. I just make sure when it gets like that to backup the data and send it off for another one.

RMA service is pretty quick but you do have to pay the postage to send it to the Netherlands.


Similarly, I have the 32Gb version and have RMA'd it once for the exact same problem you described. I was hoping they would improve the design to prevent the problem recurring...
#21
ollie2001
I've got the 16GB version of this for work and it's alright, glad it's got the 25 year warranty though as I've had to ship it back twice already for a replacement. So generally speaking I get a new one every year!
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Now you know what happens to all the ones that you folks like you send back :(
#22
I'd have thought these things would have plummeted by now. Kingston now has a 256GB flash drive out (my brother bought a 256MB pen drive years and years ago which cost him about £30).

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