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Thursday, July 16, 2015

Forget USB Drives, SanDisk Brings Wi-Fi Flash Drive to Replace the Need of USB

With all the high definition images and videos inside, before you know it, you get a notification for your smartphone’s memory to be full. Most of us use micro SD cards to increase the storage capacity. But seriously, if you are a music buff, or like to store thousands of memories of your friends and family, then you would know what I’m talking about.

SanDisk has brought yet another brilliant solution for Wi-Fi-enabled devices such as smartphones like iPhones, Samsung’s Galaxy series, and others. It is a Connect Wireless Stick with 128 GB storage space that looks similar to an ordinary pen drive that gives you the luxury of a small private cloud in your pocket. Now you would have guessed by the name itself ‘a portable stick that stores everything you need inside wirelessly.’ You would already know that SanDisk had recently build world's smallest 128GB flash drive.

The Connect Wireless Stick has a built in 802.11n Wi-Fi system that can extract the files and media from three connected devices simultaneously. It is quite power efficient too. With a built-in lithium ion battery, it requires charging after being used for more than 4 hours continuously.
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SanDisk has previously built the first ever USB Drive for phones with Type-C Connector for its consumers convenience. The company has also created the Wireless Sticks before, but this is their largest one with 128 GB of storagecapacity while the previous sticks were with 16 GB, 32 GB, and 64 GB storage space.
Priced at $99, this small pocket SanDisk Wi-Fi Flash Drive could give a burn to your pockets with its steep cost. But, if you are one of those who like to keep it light and avoid additional load in your bag then this is a perfect storage device for you. Plus connectivity with three gadgets at the same time is something you won’t get with other storages.

Madhav Biju

Author & Editor

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