Voyager Air is the high-performance media hub for your connected life. It stores all your digital media for access from PCs, tablets, or smartphones, at home or on the go. With a battery life of up to seven hours and a 90-foot range, it's a great travel companion.
Voyager Air scores 4.5 / 5 stars at Pocket-Lint.com
The Corsair Voyager Air is a nice little device. It has clearly been designed to be the most useful thing it can possibly be. It's a portable hard drive, it's a wireless drive, it's a mini-NAS. Honestly, the only way Corsair could have made it more useful is if it was able to make tea too. It is expensive, but given that it offers a massive amount more than almost any other portable drive, we honestly do think it's worth it. You could use it as a NAS on your network for all your media, then when you're heading off on holiday, disconnect it and you've got a portable media server for when the Spanish sun gets too much, and you want to chillax with a beer and some movies. It won't be for everyone, but it performs brilliantly and those who need access to lots of their files everywhere they go will love it. It's also miles more practical than relying on the cloud, which is what many companies suggest these days, something that's mostly impractical for normal people.