The Corsair Voyager GS 128GB drive ships in a small, brightly coloured blister pack. It is beautifully presented, protected behind a strong plastic cover. The capacity is listed top right, above the product name.
The rear of the packet has more details on the product, including a performance chart which is also visible on the official Corsair webpage, here. Corsair rate it as able to withstand 40G shock, although it is unlikely that an end user will be subjecting the drive to such torturous stress.
The drive itself is very nicely finished with a scratch resistant brushed metal material and feels substantial in hand, as if it could withstand some long term abuse.
The drive is a USB 3.0 model and as such is USB 2.0 backwards compatible, albeit it with serious performance penalties.
It is modestly sized, around the same dimensions as the high performance Patriot SuperSonic Magnum which we use regularly for transferring large files between systems in our labs. The Corsair drive is much more attractive however, with the metal, rather than bright plastic finish.