Corsair Shows Voyager Port At CeBIT

Posted: Mar 6 2009, 11:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:21pm CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

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One thing that many computer users don’t do that is very important is back up their data. Corsair is showing a new system at CeBIT called the Voyager Port that makes backing data up to a Voyager flash drive very easy.

The round device has a USB port and when a Voyager flash drive is plugged in, it automatically backs up data to the flash drive with one button press. The device uses NovaBackup 10 software which presumably allows you to pick and choose the files you want backed up.

Exactly how much the Voyager Port will cost is unknown, but I would expect it to be low cost, there isn’t much to the device. I would also assume that it could be used with any brand of flash drive and perhaps even with external USB drives as well.

Via Corsair

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