First Toughts on the Port
Today we are taking a look at a device that should make it easy for you to backup information onto your flashdrive. Corsair has developed the Voyager Port which allows you to plug your flash drive into the port and with one push of a button if will backup all the info you have preconfigured for it to backup. Since the flash drives are getting bigger they are able to hold more data and they are way more durable than any harddrive on the market. This makes the flash drive a excellent choice for backing up data, but how does this device work and what types of speeds can we expect?
“Products to Meet the Demands of Performance Computing
Corsair has been a leader in the design and manufacture of high-speed modules since 1994. Our focus has always been on supporting the special demands of mission-critical servers and high-end workstations, as well as the performance demands of extreme gamers. While maintaining this core focus, in recent years, we’ve also brought our expertise, technology leadership and legendary quality and reliability to memory and other technology products for the more mainstream consumer.”
USB 2.0 Port
Windows 2000 SP3, Windows XP SP2 or higher, Windows Vista
Pentium III or higher CPU
500MB free disk space
Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher
Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 or higher
Installation software requires CD-ROM drive
Port with USB cable
NovaBACKUP installation disk
Transform your USB Flash Drive into a Powerful Backup Solution!
• Easy-to-use One Touch backup to USB Flash
• Efficient – Flash Drives are big enough for 8/10 users
• Durable – Corsair Flash Voyager is water & shock-resistant
• Portable – Unplug and put it in your pocket!
With the Voyager port we got a 32GB flash memory stick to use for testing. The Port itself looks almost like a hockey puck, it comes packed in a plastic enclosure like most Corsair drives.
On the back of the enclosure you can read about features that this device holds. Inside you will find the Voyager Port itself and a cd with the backup software along with a USB cord.
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