A few years back (in the depths of the financial crash, in point of fact) I was forced to take a job that required me to travel to California pretty regularly. As in, all the time. And so I got pretty good with things like suitcases, laptop bags, and other travel-gear-related stuff. Including thumb drives. After burning out a couple of the cheap plastic thumb drives by having to put them through the X-Ray scanner, I finally took my friend Chris’ advice and got myself a Corsair Survivor.
It was a little more expensive and a bit bulkier, but here’s the thing: 3 years and tens of thousands of miles later, I’m still using the durn thing! I bring it with me pretty much everywhere, and even after 3 years it hasn’t let me down. And even though it’s this metal thing that looks like one of those tubes you keep matches safe in on camping trips–and thus will show up on TSA X-ray scans, and so you would think they would hassle me–I’ve never had any trouble over it. Win.
So I trust Corsair products. And now they’re partnering with Paragon Software Group (PSG) to produce a portable drive, Corsair’s newly released Voyager Air, which will be embedded with Paragon’s universal file system driver (UFSD) technology. Sound interesting? Well then, why don’t you visit Paragon’s site to learn more?