Not too long ago, I took a look at some of the most popular gaming headsets under $100 to figure out which one was best. And while my opinion hasn’t changed, there is one feature even our top-ranked headset didn’t have: wireless audio. Typically, wireless sound is a feature reserved for more expensive devices priced…
Corsair, primarily known as a manufacturer for PC memory and power supply, is breaking into new territory with Voyager Air, an all-in-one wireless hard drive that's just as useful on the road as it is in your living room.
What PC accessories should put on your must-have list for 2011? The ones you should borrow, beg for, and steal (ok, maybe not steal) from all of your tech-savvy friends? These ones.
Corsair might only be known for their PC components—memory, SSDs, thumb drives and power supplies—but they're branching into USB audio gaming headsets as well. It's a natural progression, since their customers are gamers that want to optimize their setups.
Look, I have no problem with people who are into building their own computers. It's cheaper than buying a premade tower, and you get a real sense of satisfaction out of building something yourself. But you've gotta have limits.
One day, 128GB flash drives will be common. We'll lose em and only say "oops." Today, you can have one if you don't mind the size and price of this $400 Corsair. But F me, this thing is fast.
Corsair, who seem to spend all their time finding speed records and then breaking them, announced their Flash Voyager GT USB flash drive at the droolworthy 128GB capacity. Even better, the speeds totally don't suck: 32MB/s and 25.6MB/s read/write, respectively.
Corsair just announced their new Extreme Line of SSDs, coming in 32/64/128GB capacities. So they're not going to win a storage space award, but these little guys are fast—Corsair's claiming read speeds of 240MB/s and 170MB/s write speeds.
Ars tricked Matt Woodward into running a gauntlet of tests on eight USB flash drives—a gadget you typically only evaluate by price/storage—to discover the secret king of flash drives. It's an epic piece.
Test Freaks wrangled as many flash drives as they could and ran them through an oddly intense testing regime, finding out that your choice in USB stick brand may actually matter.
Progress continues to be on the march in the GBs/tininess/price inverse proportion. This rubberized Corsair USB thumbdrive has hit 64GB and is now available on Newegg with a $20 rebate, bringing it down to $180. [Newegg]
Today's Newegg deal involves a $30 mail-in-rebate, but it's a pretty damn good price for a 16GB flash drive. Enter in the $5 promo code EMCAHDBAJ found on their savings page and you'll get $5 off, which coupled with the $30 rebate nets you a drive at $34. What can you do with a 16GB flash drive? What can't you do? […
We've been using an 8GB to tote around our critical data (Futurama episodes), but Corsair's 32GB USB flash drives can carry four times as much Fry and Bender on the go. The two drives, Voyager and Survivor, will be retailing for $229 and $249 each—not a bad price for this much storage. The Voyager is enclosed in a…
Back in March, we introduced you to these ruggedized babies, but didn't have any specs or pricing, let alone a picture of one stuck in the mud. Now we're good to go. There's piping hot info and another, more explanatory pic, after the jump.
If you're hardcore enough to review 105 power supplies, you'd better have some kind of spectacular testing regimen in place. The guys at matbe do, and they've come out the other side with a handful of recommendations on which one you should buy.