Corsair Voyager Air 1TB Review
As you'd expect from Corsair the packaging is clear and easy on the eye. A simple specification table on the rear tells you everything you need to know.
Inside everything is nearly packed. Thankfully there is a wide selection of charging options available. You can just charge via a USB port, or with the wall-charger, or if you're on the move via the 12v car charging port.
The speediest charging option is via the DC port on the rear, and a cable is provided for that. There is also a USB 3.0 cable for connecting it as a standard external drive, should you wish.
The drive itself is compact and light. At 380g it is not a featherweight but not exactly heavy either. It's akin to a couple of smartphones, albeit slightly larger. Still you could stick it in a pocket and not feel weighed down by it, which is obviously important in a portable device.
At the rear things are as simple as you'd expect. DC for charging, USB 3.0 for charging/data transfer and an ethernet port for NAS duties.
At the front we have an on/off power switch and a WiFi switch. It's not complicated, but then it's only a drive.