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This review is from: Corsair 64GB Voyager Mini USB 3.0 Flash Drive (CMFMINI3-64GB)
Pros: Slim design is very eye pleasing.
Cons: Device died after a little under 1 month of use. Prior to dying I kept getting messages in Win 7 saying that it needed to correct the drive whenever I plugged it in. I allowed it to scan and correct the drive at first, but after it repeatedly happened after every time I plugged it into my computer I stopped doing it every time.
Other Thoughts: Extremely disappointed with this product, I have purchased Corsair before was was very happy, but this one is making my second guess myself. I was hoping to make this one purchase and not have to get another USB stick for a long long time and that seems to not be the case. At least I got it during the sale...READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Very easy to set up, plays nicely with my Comcast Xfinity internet (I pay for 25 Mb/s max, and see this when wired into the router.)
Cons: Inconsistent signal, I've tested it out on three different devices and two different adapters on two of said devices. For my PC I got the Rosewill RNX-N250PC (PCIe wireless-n adapter) and somehow the router seems to drop the wireless signal and the adapter will have to reconnect to the network using both the Rosewill card and my original wireless-g adapter. I experienced the same issue on a Macbook Pro using the internal antenna and an external USB antenna. On both of these devices and my phone (Samsung Captivate Glide) I can barely even finish loading the speedtest.net page, and when I do I only get a maximum of 300 kb/s. Occassionally it will jump up to something like 10 Mb/s but never stays there for more than a second or two.
Other Thoughts: Very dissappointed, but I guess you get what you pay for when you buy a $40 Wireless-N router. This replaced the Netgear WGR614, and I'm almost willing to say that I was seeing better wireless on the older router.READ FULL REVIEW