Corsair Voyager Air 2 Review

👤by David Mitchelson Comments 📅15-07-14
Closer Look

An elegant and professional device

Styling matches many other devices

Air 2 is the successor to the original drive and has been refined somewhat. Air 2 is aesthetically very pleasing to the eye and uses plastic external casing which is both matt black and glossy black. This drive measures a mere 14 x 8.5 x 3cm. The Corsair insignia has been stamped on the top edge of the drive and seals the altogether professional appearance.

The front section which features a glossy black lip features a number of LED indicators and buttons. On the far left there is a power button which also glows when switched on and then we have charge and battery icon LEDs and a WiFi button which allows you to enable/disable wireless and also has a glowing LED which confirms whether this is on or off.

DC and USB 3.0 ports

In order to gain access to Air 2 its necessary to use the supplied USB 3.0 cable and connect the drive to a computer. Although there is a DC port, Corsair do not provide any such cable or adapter and therefore we have to use the USB cable to charge the unknit and gain connectivity to configure/transfer files.

The underside of Air 2

The reverse of Air 2 has been adorned in a baby blue colour and features a rubber strip which follows the parameter of the drive. In the middle, Corsair has stamped the model code/name and serial number for use with any technical support.

Overall, were very happy with the build quality of this device and its clear that extra care has been taken with the production of it.

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