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Product Review: Corsair Voyager Flash Port is for folks with a big stick

Corsair_Flash_Voyager_Port Been looking for an easy way to backup your important files on your flash drive?

Yeah, me neither. Isn't that what portable hard drives are for?

Well if you have a huge flash drive already -- like 30 gigs or more -- you may want to have it as a dedicated backup storage device for folders like your documents, music or photos. The Corsair Voyager Flash Port makes it easy to back up whatever folders you want onto a flash drive. Just plug the port to your computer, plug the flash drive in the port, and press the button on the port to backup whatever files you want to your flash drive. You just have to use the software once to tell it which folders you want backed up whenever the button is pressed.

But, uh, it doesn't make sense unless you already have a thumb drive with mega memory. Corsair makes huge flash drives, so of course they made a product like this. The software it comes with also helps you restore files.

I did have one issue using the backup. Read my review online or watch the video below to see what I mean:


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