Corsair Goes Mobile with Voyager Air and USB Flash Drives
By Mike Clements, on March 6th, 2013
I remember that back in my grade school days, a field trip was a real treat. Even if the place we visited was not all that interesting, at least it was a day out of school. The best trips of course were those that were in fact fun and interesting.
Steam to Go and a Large USB Flash Drive
By Mike Clements, on November 27th, 2012
With the holiday season approaching, I started thinking about the fact that I will soon become a Voyager as I go to visit family and friends. This reminded that I needed to plan ahead a bit if I intended to be a Survivor on my journeys.
In the past, before I had a gaming capable laptop, I remember being marooned at a relatives house with nothing to do while people slept off their holiday meals. I also remember thinking that it sure would be nice to have access to a computer and to my Steam account and be able to play my games. If you have a nice large flash drive, like a Flash Survivor® Stealth USB 3.0 or Flash Voyager® GT USB 3.0 then you have a solution that will fit into your shirt pocket!
How to game on a Flash Voyager GT USB 3.0
By Jake Crimmins, on March 15th, 2012
Before I started overclocking I used to game every day, but eventually I started dedicating all of my hardware and time to extreme overclocking. With the launch of Battlefield 3 and our Vengeance gaming keyboards and mice I recently started to game again. I even started playing Counter Strike and a few other games too. During this gaming resurgance I again ran into an issue that always caused me trouble in the past. I am always changing PCs, reformatting, or changing hardware due to my extreme overclocking addiction. Because of this, I found that I rarely feel like re-installing my games so I can play them. In ordert to solve this issue I now install my games to a 64GB Flash Voyager GT USB 3.0 drive. With read speeds of 135MB/s and write speeds of 83MB/s it is more than fast enough to handle games.
How a USB 3.0 Flash Voyager Changed My Life
By Mike Clements, on December 5th, 2011
I recently spent a week out in sunny Monterey, California for Corsair corporate training. It was great fun and it’s always refreshing to see all the people in from around the globe that make Corsair great.
In the midst of all the grueling training sessions and team building activities, I actually stumbled across a great example of the practical advantages of one of our products. Benchmarks are great but an example of every day usage is even better in many cases. Here is how a USB 3.0 flash drive literally changed my life.
USB 3.0 is slowly but surely becoming the standard for new devices and is being implemented on a growing number of motherboards. Of course that means that we are increasing our offerings of USB 3.0 flash drives. Meet our fastest UFD, the Flash Voyager® GT USB 3.0 flash drive.