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SanDisk has released a mobile flash drives with support for Wi-Fi
The company SanDisk, which earlier this month entered the market with the world’s fastest memory card for smartphones, wireless devices produces compact flash memory cards for mobile devices. This is the first Wi-Fi-enabled devices store data from California, SanDisk.
Connect Wireless Flash Drive and Connect Wireless Media Drive has built-in battery, the module Wi-Fi 802.11n and support multiple connections simultaneously. The drives can provide access to the Internet via Wi-Fi to all connected mobile devices. Thanks to mobile apps for Android, iOS and Kindle Fire customers Wi-Fi, which include tablets and smartphones, can play the contents of flash storage Connect Wireless in the air.
When connected to a personal computer, whether Mac or Windows, the device functions as external USB-drives. Functionally, they are very similar, but the differences are still there.
SanDisk Connect Wireless Flash Drive looks and works like a regular flash drive. Built-in memory it does not, but there is a slot for MicroSD cards with capacity of 16 to 32 GB. The internal battery is a device that is charged from a computer, offering approximately four hours of battery life.
Because of their small size Connect Wireless Flash Drive can simultaneously handle a maximum of three clients Wi-Fi.
SanDisk Connect Wireless Media Drive is different from his younger brother’s built-in memory of 32 or 64 GB. Expansion SD-card slot allows you to increase the memory up to 192 GB. I must say, the device looks very compact for the amount of memory.
The greatest similarity with it has a larger Kingston Wi-Drive 128 GB. Connect Wireless Media Drive supports up to eight Wi-Fi clients at the same time (five HD-flows) and offers up to eight hours of battery life.
Both drives will be available in August of this year, although a pre-order on the website you can place right now. Connect Wireless Flash Drive is offered at a price of 50 and 60 dollars for options on the 16 and 32 GB, respectively. Connect Wireless Media Drive is from 80 to 100 dollars (32 and 64 GB).
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