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Corsair Voyager Air 1TB 1000GB Wi-Fi Nero, Rosso

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MarcaCorsair
serieVoyager Air 1TB
Peso articolo227 g
Dimensioni prodotto24,3 x 17,4 x 5 cm
Pile:1 Litio Ioni pile necessarie. (incluse)
Numero modello articoloCMFAIR-RED-1000-NA
Tipo wireless802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n
Capacità della batteria al litio7 watt_hours
Confezione della batteria al litioPile in dotazione
Voltaggio della batteria al litio3.7 volt
Peso della batteria al litio115 grammi
Numero delle celle agli ioni di litio1
  
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Peso di spedizione726 g
Restrizioni di spedizioneQuesto articolo è disponibile per l'esportazione in paesi selezionati al di fuori dell'Unione Europea.
Disponibile su Amazon.it a partire dal14 aprile 2013
  
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6 di 6 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle DLNA server for iPad = Fantastic! but NAS = Slow 17 dicembre 2013
Di TABULA RASA - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Many wrote good reviews so I won't go into setups details. I will layout some data points here from my usage experiments.

I bought this for the short road trips where my kids will watch movies in the back seat on their iPad/phones. For this purpose, this works as a low cost solution. These data points really helps.

1) DLNA server settings are remembered and provide good service as far as battery is above 20%
2) VLC is free on iPad and it works almost flawlessly with Corsair Voyager Air through DLNA (VLC does not read from samba so DLNA is a must if you insist the quality video played by the world best (IMO) video player)
3) Data transfer speed is quite fast even through USB 2.0. I got 25~30MB/s when copying large video files
4) You can have multiple partitions with different format - Mac OS Extended and NTFS are supported. NAS functions and DLNA work for all partitions with supported formats. exFAT partition can be used only through USB.

Overall, for my primary usage pattern it works. I formatted the NTFS partition with block size of the largest (64kbyte) - I wish there's an option for 256kbyte as we have in exFAT. For those who's going to use this drive for the similar usage pattern, I recommend formatting that way since larger block size means less space efficiency for many small files but faster read/write for larger files like videos.

Now the down side - the NAS function. The gigabit ethernet port gave me a strong purchase motive since I needed a NAS for my Macbook Air reading and writing to the iPhoto library. I plugged in this device to my DLINK 645 featuring gigabit ports and tried to copy photo files. I found the copy speed is closed to 1MB/sec since the latency is like 1 second per file through connection chain of macbook - wireless N - router - gigabit port - corsair voyager. Probably copying a video file would be better but this was a bit disappointing point.

I will experiment more in NAS usage pattern but being mobile with media share through built in wifi and featuring passthrough (though I wish it remember the past wireless connections) was very satisfying thus a solid 5 star.
1 di 1 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
2.0 su 5 stelle Sweet Network Attached Storage 19 maggio 2016
Di Nameless Faceless One - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I bought this for a NAS drive to plug straight off the router with an Ethernet cable - great price for 1T of storage to free up my local USB drives on the Mac. If you're trying to use this as a wireless media server your experience may vary. Setup was intuitive only if you've done this before. The included manual was just a quick setup which left out key pieces of information, like the IP address of the web interface - which was in the pdf I found on the net.

It did *not* just just show up on the Mac's network. It did not show up on the router's DHCP list either. I needed to connect wirelessly and enable Ethernet pass-thru for it to show up. There's no way to enter a static IP so I entered that into the router's table, re-plugged the drive and changed the SSID and enabled a password. At one point I needed to reboot the Mac which wouldn't update the attached server. Once everything was setup it appears solid. Rebooting or hibernating, the drive comes right up without needing to connect via AFP:// or SMB:// It's just there on the external server list and the connection is fast. Transfers about 30gig in an hour on my LAN.

The web interface is kinda primitive but has a couple of goodies, like a Google Drive and Dropbox app built-in. Extremely easy, the easiest part of the setup. Via the web interface I enabled Dropbox, logged in, copy/pasted the key, and the drive began to sync after creating a folder. Done. What I love about this is drive does not share my bandwidth, CPU, or physical drives for sync'ing. it's done in the background while the computers are all shutdown. Dropbox mirrors the drive with a 30day archive of deleted files. If the drive fails, nothing is lost and will sync up again when I replace it.

Via the Dropbox app I have 1T of storage and photographs on my phone with seamless transfers between phone, tablet, and desktop with a virtual drive while roaming. Never again do I have to "wait until I get home" and turn my desktop back on to access files or leave my desktop running 24/7 to access files. Don't have to mess with FTP servers and cumbersome sync issues between devices.

update 5/21/16

Connected to the Mac with the latest operating system I cannot copy files over 2gig over the LAN. I believe the cause is that Apple wrote their own SMB2 protocol which does not play well with NAS devices. I've tried forcing it to SMB1 but without luck. The drive still does what I want it to do sans the 2-4gig size files.

update 10/22/16

After sync'ing a large number of files the software became unstable. I was trying to sync 250gig. The screen always said syncing but there is no way to pause. I stopped it, but this required that I create a new folder and re-start the entire cloud backup from scratch which took several days. I could no longer connect wirelessly. The interface is just too primitive to see what is going on. I would add files which were never uploaded to the cloud backup. It would create duplicate files and get confused with UPPERCASE, duplicating hundreds of files. What a mess.

After fighting with it for several days I gave up and purchased a drive from Synology. It's too early to write a review on their drive but I'm already dazzled with the web interface which has a full GUI shell feel to it via FLASH - folders, shortcuts, status messages, and graphics which update in real time to display health and performance. It also has an email and SMS messaging system to alert me to problems such as overheating and SMART status.... so.... change is good.

This drive might be good for a small number of files and simple wireless applications but not for even a medium sized home network.
4 di 4 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle This is probably the best tech device I've ever bought on Amazon! 18 febbraio 2014
Di Budge - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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My wife recently replaced her SUV with one that does not have a rear DVD entertainment system. Rather than going somewhere and installing one for a lot of money, we decided to give the Corsair Voyager Air a try. We already had a couple of tablets that the kids were using. So we bought two tablet headrest mounts and the Voyager. Everything about the Voyager Air worked as advertised. I installed a firmware update on the first day, so I cannot comment on how the installed firmware works. Also, the Voyager Air app worked seamlessly on both our iPad and our Kindle Fire, my Android phone and my wife's laptop. There were no dropouts and no issues. I was even able to use the DNLA server to stream movies over our home network. (The only two features I have not tried are the RAW photo functionality and sharing internet wifi through the Voyager Air.)

One thing worth noting for people using iOS devices AND Android devices: make sure all of your video files are in the .mp4 format and not the .m4v format. There is a file you can download from the Corsair website called "Quick Guide
Video File Conversion Using Handbrake" which shows you the best way to prepare your video files for both operating systems. Using third party software, you can convert your entire DVD or Bluray collection over to digital...it just takes time.

One thing that I would like to address is that the Folders tab in the app is not for looking for multimedia files on your viewing device. That's for finding video files that you previously downloaded from the Voyager Air to your device. If you want to upload videos from your device to your Voyager Air, you go to the folder you want to upload to on the Voyager Air, then hit the plus button and search your viewing device for the file.

Also, you can download a fairly comprehensive user manual from the Corsair website, or just do a google search. You'll also want to download the newest firmware and install it. Lastly, if you do have a problem or a question, the Corsair website will not allow you to submit questions about the Voyager Air. However, you can call Corsair and get technical support over the phone. My first charge took way longer that the 2-3 hours that I had read about from reviews. When I called, they answered promptly and were very polite and easy to work with.

My kids love it...my wife loves it...that rarely ever happens! Awesome!
2 di 2 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
1.0 su 5 stelle Not a pleasant experience 8 ottobre 2014
Di Dulci-music - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I purchased this hoping to use it to dump my iphone videos while on trips where there would be no wifi. My first experience was really frustrating. It would stop working & I'd have to start over. I had to keep deleting the app on my phone & re-installing it - needing access to wifi (we were in Canada & no affordable data service there for my phone) I would really like to be able to give this a better rating BUT it never worked smoothly and since an update to the ios app (before ios8) hasn't worked at all. I went to their website which was difficult to navigate, to see what I needed to do to get it to work.

I know there's a firmware update (maybe more than one) but I couldn't get it to work correctly. I was at a loss to figure out just what firmware was already on my Air device. While I'm not a super tech, I'm not totally inexperienced either but became frustrated to where I gave up trying to update the firmware. I tried to post on their forum & had to sign up which in itself was a bad experience. I really wanted tech help but their support just gave a physical address & no email or phone number to call.

I did find one little glimpse of help on the faq section for this device. It mentioned a third party app for browsing files, FileBrowser $5.99 that gives you remote access to files on computers. So what the heck, I downloaded it. It did see my Voyager Air and I was able to transfer some files as a test. It took quite a long time to transfer to 8 - 10 minute videos I had taken but as I recall, when the corsair app worked, it took quite a while to transfer the same files.

This whole concept is a great idea but unless you're quite tech oriented & have a lot of time to spend getting it to work, you might think twice about this brand. I would love to be able to change my review but unless I can find a way to update the firmware & get the ios app that's supposed to work with it, I can't give it a positive review.
5 di 5 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle Needs work. 10 febbraio 2014
Di Brandon Miller - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Great design. The front buttons aren't as flimsy as I thought they would be but they turn on pretty easy when you try to put it in the bag. The app is poorly designed. Needs some work. One thing I do not like about it is when you drag and drop movies in it you have to make sure you take the movie out of its folder because it will not read folders. Therefore, you cant really organize your drive the way you want it to be. I'm currently deployed to Afghanistan and this works perfect for extra storage for me to watch movies on my phone. I do wish they would make a app for windows tablets. I rate this a 4 because of the app and folder situation.


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