By Jessie Lawrence posted Aug 23rd 2010
I'm suffering from a pretty bad case of writers block right now, so I apologize for not having something witty or interesting to say in this space. Let's just get to the reviews.
"The Corsair Flash Voyager GTR offers outstanding performance in a stylish, yet rugged package. You'd be hard-pressed to find a better performing USB 2.0 flash drive. Being backed by Corsair's good name and excellent warranty certainly doesn't hurt either."
"Corsair has gone with the unattached PIN entry with no software required to be run on the host system. This means that there is no way to bypass the system. It is a mystery to me, how Corsair manages to give the user instant access when using VBE, but if that is true, the entire flash memory is encrypted. Even if one opens up the unit and de-solders the flash storage IC and then accesses the data, all the hacker will find is encrypted data."
Finally, Overclockers Club reviewed the Nova Series V128 solid-state drive featuring the Indilinx Barefoot controller. "For the price, this is the best bang for the buck. While not in as high capacity as mechanical drives, the blazing speed and load times it offers, out weighs the higher costs."
Well that's it for me this week. Have a great weekend!