I'll be honest, I was actually looking forward to reviewing this drive's bigger brother - the Voyager GT. That drive was fried, sadly, so I popped open this one's packaging. This drive is distinctive, and looks good. The black and green look suits it. As soon as I picked it up, I could tell that this drive is built solidly, with a soft rubber sheath. The rubber quality seems pretty good, and, apologies to the Corsair guys, but I just had to drop test this one. To answer the questions that some of you might have: yes, it does bounce; a little oddly, like a crazy ball; and is a real joy to play hacky-sack with. That should tell you all you need to know about its build quality. Funny how the Voyager kept functioning normally after all my abuse, and the Voyager GT didn't work out of the box!
This drive gives you the most formatted capacity, and even though it's a mere 50 to 70 MB more space compared to the others, that's still commendable. Unfortunately, that's where all the praise for this drive stops. Yes, it is the cheapest drive in the test , but do you really want to be sitting around for over 17 minutes waiting for 4 GB of assorted data to copy?
I should tell you that I did a lot more drop testing with this drive after being bored to death waiting for the tests to finish. Those of you who really don't care about transfer speeds, and are more interested in a drive that you can be careless with, this might make a decent buy. It's not an expensive investment, thankfully, and market prices should be even cheaper.