By , on March 12, 2013

We at Corsair believe the old mantra that a picture is worth a thousand words. We've got some great pictures that are worth quite a few thousand words here. The new Voyager Air drives are designed to be simple to use with smartphones, tablets, PCs, and MAC computers. Whatever type of device you are using, we'll show you how to connect.

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By , on March 18, 2013

The Corsair Voyager Air wireless portable storage drive is a device of convenience. It allows users to wirelessly access the stored data without the need for any wired connection to the device. However, this convenience can allow access to your data from unwanted users if your drive is not password protected. For this reason, Corsair strongly recommends that users enable the wireless password when using their Voyager Air in any location where unwanted users could attempt to wirelessly connect to the Voyager Air.

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By , on March 6, 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.

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By , on June 17, 2013

Attention all Corsair Voyager Air owners, we have some updates for you! We have a firmware update, an iOS app update, and an Android app update.

 

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By , on March 12, 2013

The Voyager Air app is intuitive and functional and it provides a very nice user experience. The logical layout is geared towards giving you quick access to the content on your Voyager Air so that you can manage and use it efficiently and easily. Let’s take a little tour.

Here is the main screen that you will see when you launch your Voyager Air app. This is the root directory of your drive. From this page, you can navigate the content on your Voyager Air drive.

Select a folder to open it. The name of the folder will be displayed at the top of the screen, and the “Back” button will display the name of the previous folder (or, on some devices , the word “Back”). Touching the “Back” button navigates back to the previous folder.

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By Bill Rathbone, on September 6, 2013

In my last blog post I made the bold claim that the Voyager Air is the ultimate accessory for TV binge watchers like me. This week I'll try and explain more about why it's so great.

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