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October 13, 2023

Corsair Voyager Air 2 Plus Review

Streaming a full library of videos and music to your mobile devices makes it easy to enjoy media on the go. With Voyager Air, you can also share your files with friends and family on any device supported by DLNA or Apple Airplay.

Corsair’s voyager air 2 plus improves on its predecessor by slimming down the enclosure, adding Dropbox and Google Drive syncing, and providing better support for playing MKV and AVI videos. Like its ancestor, this device creates its own Wi-Fi hotspot to wirelessly stream video, photos and music to your smartphone, tablet, or computer. It works with any Android or iOS device, as well as most DLNA-compatible smart TVs and media boxes. It also works with Apple’s Airplay and iCloud to let you access your content on big-screen TVs and other supported devices.

The voyager air 2 plus has a sleek, durable hard plastic chassis that comes in red on black or black on black and feels sturdy. It’s a bit larger and heavier than the Seagate Wireless Plus, measuring 5.5 x 3.3 x 1.0 inches and weighing 12.7 ounces.

On the top side are two on/off switches, which are a nice improvement over the Wireless Plus’ single power button. There are also two status LEDs, one for the power and another for Wi-Fi signal. A Gigabit Ethernet port lets you use the voyager air 2 plus as a home NAS server when connected to your wireless router.