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Introduced in early April 2009 the Voyager Port is an easy to use backup dock from Corsair.

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Pros

easy and fast 'one step' backups

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stylistically matched with Corsair Voyager flash drives

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more compact, cheaper and more durable than a dedicated external disk drive

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Cons

relies on the quality of proprietary software which may only be available for select operating systems

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USB 2.0 only, not Firewire or eSATA compatible

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requires the purchase of a USB flash drive

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restrictive plastic around USB port may block thicker USB flash drives

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can be replaced by software for power users

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Introduced in early April 2009 the Voyager Port is an easy to use backup dock from Corsair. Featuring a single USB port and a single button, the Voyager Port transforms any regular USB key into an automated backup device when it is engaged. Software installed on the users computer automatically transfers the users most important data to be backed up on their cheaper, more reliable and more portable flash drive - compared to expensive, heavy and less durable mechanical external disk drives. Corsair claims that the vast majority of individuals can make use of the device as flash drives are forever growing in capacity and are already available in 64GB versions. Available immediately no MSRP was announced in the companies press release.

Features
  • compatible with any USB flash drive device
  • one touch backup
  • easy to configure software
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