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Corsair Voyager Go 64GB flash drive

Rating: 8.0.

Go back just a single decade and you would find many high end gaming PC's with 80GB boot drives or some with even smaller 36GB Raptor drives – for added performance. Today multi-terrabyte drives aren't something we bat an eyelid at and most modern smartphones ship with tens of gigabytes of storage space. But what if you need a bit more than that? You can always upgrade the internal micro-SD card, but that's a bit of a hassle and can get expensive, especially if you don't need that storage permanently attached. That's where the Voyager Go from Corsair comes in.

It's a 64GB, micro-USB (B) flash drive, that also has a full 3.0 connector on the other end, so you can easily transfer files from a PC/laptop to your phone and vice versa. Corsair say it is designed to be convenient, portable and affordable, but whether it ticks those boxes while offering decent performance still remains to be seen.

Available in three different sizes: 16GB, 32GB and 64GB, the Voyager Go we're looking at today is the biggest and baddest of the lot. Priced at £39 it's also the most expensive too, but it comes with a five year warranty so it should last long enough that by the time you upgrade it, 64GB will be considered tiny.



  • Designed for Android with USB On-The-Go
  • 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 personalised look and handy access
  • Five year warranty

Phone Support

  • HTC Butterfly
  • HTC Butterfly S
  • HTC New One
  • HTC One X
  • Samsung GALAXY NOTE (GT-N7000)
  • Samsung GALAXY NOTE II (GT-N7100)
  • Samsung GALAXY NOTE III (GT-N900)
  • Samsung GALAXY R (GT-I9103)
  • Samsung GALAXY S2
  • Samsung GALAXY S3
  • Samsung GALAXY S4
  • Samsung MAGA 6″3
  • SONY Xperia TX LT29i
  • Xiaomi 2S

Tablet Support

  • Tablet PC Acer ICONIA A1-810
  • Acer ICONIA_Tab A700
  • ASUS MeMO Pad ME302
  • ASUS MeMO Pad 10 ME102
  • ASUS Transformer Pad TF-100
  • Fujitsu LTE F-01D Y Android 3.2
  • Huawei MediaPad S7-301u(P)
  • Lenovo A3000
  • Samsung Note 8
  • Toshiba AT700/35D

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