Corsair Voyager Air 1TB Review
From left to right we have power, battery status, DC power light, and the WiFi indicator. The battery light doesn't indicate that the drive is charging, it just glows from green to yellow to red depending on the level of the battery. The range for the yellow light is so large that it's the one you'll see most often.
So the first of the things to do is get some things on the drive. This can be done wirelessly, or via the ethernet if you want, but it's most likely that you'll want to transfer some files from your weapon of choice. Plugging it in via the USB connection and it appears like any other drive. You can drop the data in any format you choose, so because we're a little detail obsessed here at OC3D (you can't spell OC3D without OCD) we arranged our folders into obvious types. Then it's a simple drag and drop.
ATTO and Crystal Disk Mark
Thanks to the USB 3.0 connection the data transfer is pretty speedy. Corsair claim 120MB/s and 119MB/s for read and write, and although we didn't quite hit those heady heights we saw a very consistent 113MB/s and 112MB/s in both ATTO and Crystal Disk Mark. Certainly a lot faster than your average thumb drive.