Corsair Voyager Air Mobile Wireless Drive
media servers, NAS, personal cloud or whatever you call them – they are essentially external hard drives designed to contain our burgeoning digital contents. regardless of their marketed purpose, we thus begin to amass whole bunch them for different purposes such as file sharing, digital content streaming and even one for our space-hungry tablets and smartphones. what if we could one drive that does it all? in comes the Corsair Voyager Air, a mobile wireless drive that aims conquer them all. in fact, it is not just a mobile wireless drive, it is also a home network drive, a USB drive and a wireless hub – all at the same time. available in 500GB and 1TB capacities, the Voyager Air features support for multiple partitions, USB 3.0 connectivity, built-in Gigabit Ethernet port and an uber-sleek enclosure to boot. once setup (should be jiffy cos’ it is an external hard drive after all), you essentially just got yourself a Network Attached Storage (NAS) for all your wireless devices to be connected to – including your Smart TVs. from there on, you can stream videos and music on the Voyager Air wirelessly to any of your computer, tablets, smartphones and the likes. that’s not all, its compact form factor allows you to bring it along with you when you hit the road and when are near a public hotspot, you can enable its wireless passthrough to share Internet access with your mobile devices. last but not the least, the built-in USB 3.0 allows you to use it as a regular hard drive for transferring your digital contents between the Voyager Air and your computer. available early next month (February) for $179.99 and $219.99 for the 500GB and 1TB models, respectively.