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CORSAIR Flash Voyager GO 64GB USB 3.0 OTG Flash Drive Model CMFVG-64GB-NA

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  • USB 3.0 / USB 2.0
  • 64GB
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Learn more about the Corsair CMFVG-64GB-NA

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Brand
CORSAIR
Series
Flash Voyager GO
Model
CMFVG-64GB-NA

Tech Spec

USB Specification
USB 3.0
Capacity
64GB
Dimensions
1.46" x 0.48" x 0.18"
Weight
3g
Features
Allows you to move and copy files between your Android device and your desktop/notebook PC without using a bulky cable

Works with any USB On-The-Go compatible Android tablet or smartphone with a Micro-USB connector

Dramatically boosts your mobile device's storage capacity

USB 3.0 speed with USB 2.0 compatibility

Plug and Play, with no driver or app necessary

Includes extra caps and a lanyard for a personalized look and handy access Compatible with Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Mac OS, Linux

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Warranty

  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 5 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 5 years


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  • James V.
  • 7/20/2014 1:36:58 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsgreat flash drive

This review is from: CORSAIR Flash Voyager GO 64GB USB 3.0 OTG Flash Drive Model CMFVG-64GB-NA

Pros: Not the fastest transfers I've seen on flash drives, but its still pretty darn fast. Love the micro usb on the other side. Very easy to go from PC to tablet to smartphone etc. Mounts and operates just fine on all the OS and devices that i come across in PC repair.
64GB!

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: Great quality you'd expect from Corsair, and unique design that works well!

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  • Brenda M.
  • 6/20/2014 2:29:16 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

This review is from: CORSAIR Flash Voyager GO 64GB USB 3.0 OTG Flash Drive Model CMFVG-64GB-NA

Pros: Everything that I have used this for has worked well.

Cons: none

Other Thoughts: I have had this device for a few days and had my friend purchase one today and found that the price has dropped 15 dollars. I wish I had waited.

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5 out of 5 eggsAmazing thumbdrive

This review is from: CORSAIR Flash Voyager GO 64GB USB 3.0 OTG Flash Drive Model CMFVG-64GB-NA

Pros: Pros are the huge storage 57 gb after format.Android phone support is genius.A very small but sturdy case.USB 3.0 speeds are nothing to complain about especially when moving large files ,in the 45mbps range.Small files are average speed for usb3.0 but very acceptable
I was able to finally after years backup and transfer a friends xp computer to windows 7 ,all his personal files since 2002 transferred in less than 30 minutes!WOW
Another use i find using over and over is watching hd movies on my android phone .I would use it more often but seems everyone in the household cant keep their hand off this little wonder and it disappears for days..

Cons: All the cons are just being very picky,but other than it being so small iam afraid i will lose it.I found no deal breaking cons ,only other thoughts listed in the next paragraph.

Other Thoughts: Some thoughts on the otterbox and some other phone cases.Yes you will have to remove the case to access the micro usb port.Also i was dissappointed my Windows 8 phone wouldnt recognize the corsair.I am noticing on different devices ,laptops,desktops,phones,that sometimes you have to insert the corsair a 2nd time before it is recognized.
Now i have to buy a nice keychain to do this thumbdrive justice.Very Nice. 5 star flash drive.

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  • zachary S.
  • 6/4/2014 11:48:57 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsworks well

This review is from: CORSAIR Flash Voyager GO 64GB USB 3.0 OTG Flash Drive Model CMFVG-64GB-NA

Pros: very small fairly high speed about 30mb

Cons: some times does not register on my machine have to unplug then replug in..

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  • Ruth H.
  • 5/18/2014 9:36:05 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAmazing product, easy to transfer files from phone to USB OTG

This review is from: CORSAIR Flash Voyager GO 64GB USB 3.0 OTG Flash Drive Model CMFVG-64GB-NA

Pros: This device is amazing, it is easy to transfer files from my phone to the USB OTG drive. It comes in handy if you have a phone with limited memory (i.e. no microSD card slot). If you take a lot of mobile photos and need a backup solution, this works great!

Cons: none

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3 out of 5 eggsSolid Product, sketchy support

This review is from: CORSAIR Flash Voyager GO 64GB USB 3.0 OTG Flash Drive Model CMFVG-64GB-NA

Pros: This is, by far, the best USB thumb drive I have EVER used. Now when I say that please take my meaning. I have been using thumb drives personally for 12 years and professionally for 10.
I remember when 256MB was $80. This is simply the best thumb drive I have ever owned. Transfer rates were shockingly fast and access latency was unnoticeable. More speed info in "other thoughts".

This thumb drive is small. Really small. Smaller than my motocycle key, and lighter. But due to it's all aluminum frame it's sturdy. The frame also acts as a heatsink, so while it does get warm during use,
it never gets hot and the heat it does produce it dissipates fast.

I spent more time with this review than any other of my eggspert reviews. The simple reason is I couldn't believe how good this drive is. I confirmed on 5 different computers at work, 1 laptop,
2 desktops and 2 servers. I tested it on 2 smartphones, 1 laptop and desktop at home. I'll say it again, this is the best thumb drive I've ever owned.

When plugged in to my new LG G2 it was immediately recognized. However it mis-identified as being full, when it was not. I had to go into storage and choose delete on the USB drive, then it properly recognized
the thumb drive. I recommend leaving the drive blank, plugging it into your phone and making sure you can copy something to the drive before putting anything on the drive. The drive neets to be formatted in
"exFAT" File System; the phone also seems to require 16MB of unallocated space on the drive. So, again, just plug it into the phone before any computers.

Cons: Customer Service, this is where they lost eggs. First their customer service took an entire week to even respond to me, which is absurd. 24 hour max turn around time should be the goal of all modern companies.
Second, they didn't actually help. I was just trying to confirm that the drive wouldn't work with my pre-paid smartphone (Samsung Galaxy Victory), it does not work with that phone. However their support
(the special, reviewer contact mind you, was only so helpful as to send me a link to a compatibility finder. He couldn't even do that for me, give me a stright "yes" or "no". Very dissapointed with their support.
I gather they will help you, but based on my experience I'd say you will have to push, HARD, to get the help you need. Be relentless, and patient. Clearly their largest area of need at Corsair.

It is so small that if you don't put it on your keychain, or something else, it could be easy to lose.

I don't count this con though since they include a string and keychain loop that allows you to prevent it. It's a problem already solved.

Other Thoughts: I can read from the USB drive at an average of 148MB/s. Minimum speed was 73MB/s and max was 164MB/s. Acces time is .6ms.
I can write to the USB drive at an average of, well, I'm not sure. My hard drive benchmarking program won't work on the write test on this drive for some reason.
Though subjectively I saw write speeds between 8MB/s minimum on pictures to a max rate of around 40MB/s on video files. Periodic bursts of 50MB/s write speed, though never sustained.
I'd guess the average write speed at around 15MB/s.

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3 out of 5 eggsTiny but mighty!

This review is from: CORSAIR Flash Voyager GO 64GB USB 3.0 OTG Flash Drive Model CMFVG-64GB-NA

Pros: I enjoy the fact that this thing is small enough to carry anywhere. The usb 2.0 real world transfer rates were pretty good. Copying from my pc to the unit yielded a 2.81 gb file being transferred in 3 mins! I do want to point out that I have something called turbo link from buffalo technologies that is supposed to speed up usb transfers. Usb speed from my tablet (a chuwi v88), which was my only device for testing it this way, was a paltry 2mb/sec. This is through no fault of the flash drive but rather the awful slow internal ram and bus used in my tablet. I will note that it was recognized immediately and worked right off the bat with 0 trouble-shooting. This thing can fit anywhere and it seems to hold up relatively well given it's weight. Since I was only able to use it as a pc flash drive for pc transfers (because my tab is so slow and none of my other devices support otg), purchasing this would not be a bad investment; just more options than I would need for me. I can see this working well when your cellphone is full of pictures that need to be offloaded without the cumbersome use of a pc or other device to make space. Overall, well made and decent design with no hiccups to speak of.

Cons: I really don't like the fact that there is no cover for the pc end. Considering this was seemingly designed for travel and mobile use, I can't see why you would give me 2 covers for one end to choose from, but completely neglect the other end in the way of protection. Though most likely this won't be an issue, a few cents into the other end per unit, would have offered better protection without much increase in unit cost. This thing is incredible tiny. It does have a keychain ring on it which makes sense but it isn't quick release. I can't see trying to use it near my phone/tablet with a bundle of metal keys attached to it. Sure you could take it off, but it's like every other keyring in that it's a pain to get on an off. Some type of quick release from the keychain would make more sense and allow it to both be secure, and conveniently removed for quick off-loading of important data files. The fact that this is so small is both a pro and a con. The con is that if not on a keychain, it would be extremely easy to lose. Couple that with the fact that it's black, and finding it in a carry-on bag would be difficult unless the pocket is very small.

Other Thoughts: I really think Corsair has the right idea here. A few tweaks and this would be great for anyone taking many pictures or needing to offload big files while on the go. I do question, however, the real need for such a device considering most phones have decent storage space (read: 16gb +). Also, many people have cloud saving of photos instantly on their devices. However, if your needs are for great storage, minimum hassle, decent speeds, and mobile file transfers without the use of a pc, this may be the flash drive for you! I recommend it, just not strongly!

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4 out of 5 eggsGood performing drive with smartphone perks

This review is from: CORSAIR Flash Voyager GO 64GB USB 3.0 OTG Flash Drive Model CMFVG-64GB-NA

Pros: Good USB 2.0 transfer rates. Using Flash Bench from usbflashspeed.com, on the large file benchmark (100MB) and averaging out the scores, the average write speed is 14.19MB/s and the average read speed is 21.92MB/s. These rates are even more impressive compared to my other large flash drive, a 32GB Micro Center branded model, which has abysmal transfer rates by comparison (achieving averages in the same tests of 2.46MB/s average write and 6.995MB/s average read). In that regard, the Voyager Go is a very good performing flash drive (even at USB 2.0 speeds).

The Voyager Go was plug and play with my Samsung Galaxy Note II. Checking smartphone transfer performance (which is obviously what the Voyager Go is built for) it loses a little bit of pep but still puts up respectable figures. Using the free app A1 SD Bench, on the long benchmark I achieved transfer rates of 12.06MB/s read and 9.89MB/s write. In my “real world” tests, transferring 139 pics from the “DCIM/Photos” folder off my Note II’s internal storage and onto the Voyager Go, it capped out at roughly a 13MB/s transfer rate for about 1/2 of the images, and slightly dropped off over time, finishing at around a 9MB/s transfer rate. It took under 1 minute to transfer all the photos, so again, the performance is pretty good.

Otherwise the unit is put together pretty well and seems pretty sturdy. The casing appears to be brushed aluminum. It comes capless on the USB interface side, so if you don’t particularly care for that, it could be an issue for you – doesn’t really bother me per se. It is nice to be able to replace the black Micro USB cap with the included yellow one, which adds a little bit of flair to the otherwise “blank slate” look of the black brushed aluminum and the black cap.

Cons: Minor cons, but worth mentioning:
-The fabric over the key loop started pulling off the plastic underneath right off the bat once I switched to the yellow cap.

-Would like to have an activity light.

Other Thoughts: In order to plug the Voyager Go into my Note II, I had to remove my Note II from its Otterbox Commuter case (which is quite a bit thinner than the Otterbox Defender line of cases). Nevertheless, if you have a case on your phone, be prepared to remove the case (in order to be able to plug in the Voyager Go). Unless you have a thin TPU case, which may be the only type of case that the Voyager Go will not be obstructed by.

Lastly, I cannot speak on the USB 3.0 performance (because I no longer have a USB 3.0 system). Was pleased with the USB 2.0 performance, and would expect better (even if slightly) USB 3.0 performance.

This is a very good drive. Good performance across the board via both USB 2.0 and the Micro USB slot. Will certainly make transferring files cross-platform very easy, and obviously bumps up your smartphone storage quickly and easily. All in all, a good product that fits several needs and is definitely a worthwhile purchase.

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5 out of 5 eggsAwesome Flash Drive

This review is from: CORSAIR Flash Voyager GO 64GB USB 3.0 OTG Flash Drive Model CMFVG-64GB-NA

Pros: This little beast sports a massive 64GB of drive space in a nice tiny package. Easy to use with a supported smart phone or tablet. The drive is USB 3.0 with backwards compatibility so the drive is extremely fast.

Cons: No cover for the USB 3.0 side, so you may end up getting it gunked up with dust or debris. There is no activity light for the drive which more of an annoyance than anything. Unlike the other reviewers I believe that the write speeds are pretty good on this drive but they aren't up to par with most other USB 3.0 flash drives on the market currently.

Other Thoughts: Make sure you attach this to your keychain so you don't lose it as this thing is tiny. Worked with both my Galaxy S4 and my Galaxy Tab 3 out of the box with no issues. This is a great little USB drive for carrying around books for the train or music for working out.

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3 out of 5 eggsVery cool - in theory

This review is from: CORSAIR Flash Voyager GO 64GB USB 3.0 OTG Flash Drive Model CMFVG-64GB-NA

Pros: Absolutely love the concept. Plug into the computer or the phone - copy data - move to the other and viola!

USB3 is a huge plus. (Performance appears to be limited by the speed of the media in the device)

Compact in size - key rings are making a come back, to hold all your miniature USB widgets.

Two cover colors for distinction (or if you lose one).

Cons: As pointed out - the USB3 performance is disappointing. However, the performance when connected to the phone is very amicable.

Design flaws:
- Will *NOT* work with most hard shell or thicker soft shell casings. Example: OtterBox ("Defender Series") which has protective plastic "bars" on either side or around the microUSB plug point. The drive needs to be "pushed in" further than the case will allow. This is apparently due to the "nub" used to hold the lanyard for the top. RECOMMEND: that Corsair includes a short extension cord to enable use (vs. creating a longer microUSB connector that would be prone to breaking). Alternatively, slim the casing a little on the microUSB side and move the lanyard "nub" to mid-point of the body.

- Case material scratches, especially when using with the latest generation Macbook Pro. Hard aluminum shell and flash drive casing "don't mix well". The plus is that Corsair used a material and pattern that tends to "hide" the scratching/scratches. Unsure how many "inserts and removals" before the device starts to look "ratty".

- Lack of protective cover for standard USB end, but a cover for the micro USB end. To keep this unit functional without issues, you'll need to be careful about where you keep it.

- Recommend that the "nub" used to secure the lanyard for the microUSB end is moved to "mid-body" and two lanyards are incorporated (or one longer lanyard) to support: 1) microUSB cover and 2) USB cover. Having covers on both ends that would "resist" rain and other non-submersible instances would greatly enhance the value.

Other Thoughts: All in all, this is an excellent design to meet storage needs for smart devices. At least in concept. With some minor improvements - this would be perfect.

Would like to see an activity LED on the device, but not a requirement. (only so much you can stuff into a small device)

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