Flash drives have rapidly replaced floppy drives and for a good reason. After all, you can store a lot more files in a single drive, they are adequately affordable (not as much as floppy discs though), they are easy to store, they are reliable, and they are sturdy enough to sustain rough handling. Not to mention that majority of them are waterproof for full file protection. It almost seems like the little wonders are indestructible. Now, not long after their introduction, it seems like we have seen the final developments of flash drives. Basically, we are only seeing high capacity versions with different price tags in the market these days. We previously thought that the only aspect that sets one flash drive apart from its competition is its price, physical attributes and possibly the partitioning and password protection software, but we were proved wrong by the performance difference from one drive to another. As you will soon find out, the performance difference from one drive to another is quite surprisingly substantial. Although the architecture appears to be similar from drive to drive, it's not the case. Flash drive industry is indeed kindling with few surprises up its sleeve for end consumers.
After a surge of flash drive manufacturers in the past year or so, Corsair has entered the market to try their storage products. We are all aware of Corsair as being the tier one enthusiast memory provider in the industry. They certainly account for a huge percentage of market shares, and they have introduced quite a few unique and innovative products, namely PC3200XL (the first low-latency modules in the market), LED lights at the top of memory modules, and now the XPERT series with scrolling marquee text functionality to their customers. Admittedly, their market position is thoroughly strong, but with so much competition ?do they have what it takes to reach the top?
As the title hints, Corsair's Voyager is an animated drive that brings one unique aspect of the product to the market. What is this unique attribute? What does Corsair offers that others don't? Read on and find out