For the modern computer user a smartphone or tablet is a vital accessory: sure the desktop PC is great for a lot of things the notebook, tablet and smartphone aren’t, but some times you just need to get away from the desk. Yet one of the main issues with mobile computing form factors is that they lack the storage capacity of the desktop form factor- most consumer tablets and smartphones will sport less than 64GB which is hardly a mind blowing amount of storage. How do you get around that? Well cloud storage is one option but generally speaking you will always be fairly limited by your ability to upload to it, even if download is fairly snappy. A better option is network attached storage (NAS) but even that can be fairly cumbersome and still isn’t portable, unless you’re fairly technical and are capable of setting up your own internet gateways for access outside your home. When you’ve exhausted those options the new Corsair Voyager Air 2 offers a smart alternative.