Podcast #264 - Corsair Voyager Air, AMD Never Settle Forever, Ivy Bridge-E Rumors and more!

Subject: General Tech | August 15, 2013 - 02:04 PM |
Tagged: Voyager Air, video, podcast, never settle forever, Ivy Bridge-E, corsair, amd

PC Perspective Podcast #264 - 08/15/2013

Join us this week as we discuss the Corsair Voyager Air, AMD Never Settle Forever, Ivy Bridge-E Rumors and more!

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Hosts: Ryan Shrout, Jeremy Hellstrom, Josh Walrath, and Morry Teitelman

Program length: 1:20:45

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Subject: Storage, Mobile
Manufacturer: Corsair

500GB on the go

Corsair seems to have its fingers in just about everything these days so why not mobile storage, right?  The Voyager Air a multi-function device that Corsair calls as "portable wireless drive, home network drive, USB drive, and wireless hub."  This battery powered device is meant to act as a mobile hard drive for users that need more storage on the go including PCs and Macs as well as iOS and Android users. 

The Voyager Air can also act as a basic home NAS device with a Gigabit Ethernet connection on board for all the computers on your local network. And if you happen to have DLNA ready Blu-ray players or TVs nearby, they can access the video and audio stored on the Voyager Air as well.

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Available in either red or black, with 500GB and 1TB capacities, the Voyager Air is slim and sleek, meant to be seen not hidden in a closet. 

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The front holds the power switch and WiFi on/off switch as well as back-lit icons to check for power, battery life and connection status. 

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Continue reading our review of the Corsair Voyager Air 500GB Wireless USB 3.0 HDD!!

CES 2013: Corsair Voyager Air Offers Wireless Mobile Storage and Home NAS Support

Subject: General Tech, Networking, Storage, Mobile | January 8, 2013 - 09:00 AM |
Tagged: wi-fi, Voyager Air, NAS, mobile, corsair, CES

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The newest member member of the Corsair Voyager family of devices, the Voyager Air, drives Corsair's entry into the home networking arena with their all-in-one mobile drive and home NAS (network attached storage) solution.

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Courtesy of Corsair

The Voyager Air is as versatile as it is sleek, with support for the following hiding beneath its stylish hood:

 

  • Up to 1TB capacity drive
  • Rechargeable battery
  • Wi-Fi (802.11n/b/g), GigE Ethernet, and USB 3.0 support built-in
  • Wireless hub support for shared internet support via passthrough technology

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Courtesy of Corsair

The Voyager Air comes in a variety of colors as well, more than enough to match anyone's sense of style. According to Corsair, the Voyager Air units should be accessible at an electronics retailer near you in a 500GB model for $179.99 MRSP and a 1TB model for $219.99 MSRP.

Press release after the break.

 

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