WTF is a WiFi Hard Drive? (Corsair Voyager Air Review)

Pricing & Availability
Corsair Voyager Air 500GB (US) – http://amzn.to/24DkTzu
Corsair Voyager Air 1TB (US) – http://amzn.to/1PMjc1c

Voyager Air (UK) – http://amzn.to/1bKvgdS
Voyager Air (CA) – http://amzn.to/132S6c1

Watch the unboxing video – http://youtu.be/Ur_hacaYjIQ

This is a review of the Corsair Voyager Air wireless hard drive. This drive is WiFi enabled , giving it the ability to connect to both wireless networks and mobile devices. The Voyager Air also features a built in battery making it perfect for travel, allowing you to access your favorite multimedia on-the-go.

Comments

Raphael Vivant says:

How do you add a wireless password to the wireless network created by the hard drive? Because otherwise everyone can access my files if there are in proximity with the drive.

drjd2real says:

Is there gapless playback with music files?

yelby says:

Are you able to upload to the hard drive from your device?

Fireworld says:

can i send all my photos on my phone straight to the hard drive wirelessly with out using the app? Just send it from the stock photo app on iphone.

Weisi Song says:

So cute! >_<

Sawce God says:

So càn I store apps games ect. On there and if I cant can anyone point me in the direction of something like that

srinivas yegireddi says:

yes it works

Karl Munford says:

So you’ve got to flip your wireless connection to the Wireless Hards drive’s wifi to connect to it, then once you’ve finished flip back to your local router to browse the web or receive emails? Or are you saying that it takes the place of your regular router too? I’m guessing it does else you may as well purchase a NAS and get the best of both worlds.

Burhan Rana says:

So many wi-fi networks

nanda Kishore says:

Where is his cap?

Ferny 69 says:

That mic. tho haha

geez its so weird as to his current mic.

hwy9nightkid says:

Anyone know which 3rd party app can play folders of videos??  Corsairs stuff plays just 1 file at a time.

srinivas yegireddi says:

but you can see frequent disconnects.

Alan Gold says:

This is all I need. No pc at all, just android phone and iPad Air. With all my photos on hard drive. Perfect

djayawarman alamprabu says:

Can I copy file to the wireless hard drive? Or I can only download and stream file from it?

Keshav Pujari says:

i guess that will disconnect your device from your wifi router …. kind of undesirable

Shawn Afshar says:

Awesome no wires

Erik Werbickas says:

Is it encrypted when you get it factory default software?

lewis Humphreys says:

anyone know a good portable wifi source?

Adrian Traczyk says:

can i edit videos on my ipad pro throught the crosair Voyager? that would be killer shit 🙂

Weunelect says:

Will this transmit while being plugged into a wall socket? I read that most only work on the battery and stop while being charged. What HDD works on an AC plug with it’s own WIFI?

theMiniMen says:

WOW the difference between the old content and new stuff!!!! Chalk and Cheese

Charles Mosley says:

Is it secure?

vacationboyvideos says:

your hot now and u where hot back in the day.

khaled dallah says:

so , if I want to access files from it , I should disconnect from my internet wifi and connect to it to access files , that’s not good?

Critycal says:

Hello, if I’m connected to the voyager can I still use the internet if I’m at home? Thanks

DroneXFun says:

This is so nice without all the yelling and screaming from the newer vids.

Duane Locsin says:

I think because this is an old video but Mac OS can read ExFAT.
That I think is the better option if you want to have a HD that can be read by both Windows and OS X.

fahad alkamli says:

Well the idea is good but it also have bad things? i mean really when ever i want to check files on my hard disc i have to disconnect my wifi and connect to the hard disc’s wifi? it would be awesome if there is a way where i can check my hard disc without a cable and  similarly keep my wifi connection on.

Kellie Williams says:

Will this work with a Kindle Fire?

Tomas Voicenko says:

Great idea and something is new, but the only issue i think is that if WiFi is not secured that anybody or i would say some peter pan with Linux Kali can really quick get into WiFi and take control and steal data…

GoukenslayWAO says:

is this how all wireless harddrives work? using a wifi or a bluetooth signal?

Abhyuday Tewari says:

Back when the content on this channel was legit

Charles Monu says:
Wicked Infinity says:

Wait to it doesn’t need to be on a router to give wifi

Rabnud Species says:

189.99 if you wanted to know.

Tom Mulliner says:

Will this stream to a PS4?

Dileeban STR says:

if we streaming videos , copy datas from the hard disk to laptop or mobile and others data through the Wi-Fi tec , are we need to expense our data ??? or without Wi-Fi data its was working ???

Lithium Shadow says:

This would be super handy for my YouTube channel! I must have :3

charly evans says:

I have a Optoma HD28DSE projector but the USB on it wont power up usb hard drives to view movies. But it has wifi compatibility. Can a projector play movies from a wifi Hard drive?

Jack Mccaw says:

What type of knife is that?????

Kirin Shikato says:

And that how internet work .. Add HDD to lan turn it into wlan . give the wlan to the whole world and called it wifi

fluffy cat says:

Wait so what does the 1tb add to, just wifi based things, or does it increase your over all stronger of your device?

Max W says:

It’s weird watching his older videos. He seems less energetic and more concentrated on his presentation.

thetruth says:

Is it on w/o desktop being on in other words does it stay on always and accessible from all devices?????

Escalio89 says:

so, my question is, if i connect via wifi to this voyager things, can i use my mobile data so i can keep connected to the internet while i use this stuff?

Farnese Vandimion says:

this is so retarded. Just connect a regular hard drive to your router. So you dont have to CHANGE WIFI NETWORK TO SEE YOUR MEDIA

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