CES 2013 - Corsair is one of those companies that doesn't like to box themselves into a corner, and today has been a perfect example of this. The company have announced their Voyager Air product, which is the first all-in-one mobile wireless drive, home network attached storage, USB drive and wireless hub.
Voyager Air comes with up to 1TB of storage, a rechargeable battery, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and USB 3.0 connectivity. Voyager Air will allow so many segments of the market from office-type users, to home theater enthusiasts to experience a consolidated collection of their wares, be it music, movies or documents. Voyager Air is capable of working and being accessed from either Windows or Mac, and better yet - with the free Corsair app, streaming to Android and Apple products.
Voyager Air is a self-contained streaming media server with a wireless hub built-in, meaning that it can wirelessly stream digital content to other devices where no Internet connection is required. A perfect solution, in my opinion, when going away on holiday or even for the weekend where you want to drag along a bunch of movies or TV episodes with you.
Corsair's Voyager Air is also priced decently, where we'll see it released in the beginning of next month. It will arrive in both 500GB and 1TB capacities, which will come in glossy red and soft-touch grey colors. Suggested retail pricing is $179.99 and $219.99 for the 500GB and 1TB models respectively.
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