Thursday, June 2, 2011
Posted by Brad Wasson in "Digital Home Talk" @ 07:30 PM
"While Seagate went the mass storage route with a 500GB hard drive, today Kingston is announcing its Wi-Drive an external 16GB or 32GB wireless addition designed for mobile devices. The Wi-Drive can support up to three simultaneous users either through a free iOS app or by connecting to the Wi-Drive via a web browser."
As mobile devices proliferate, as the software capabilities for them expand, and as we get better at using them as an integral part of our our work and leisure, the need for more flexible and larger storage solutions becomes more apparent. There are solutions on the market now, including the Wi-Drive from Kingston. Data is loaded onto the Wi-Drive using a USB connection, and that data is accessed from your mobile device over your wi-fi connection. The Wi-Drive can support up to three simultaneous users either through a free iOS app or by connecting to the Wi-Drive via a web browser. Hit the Read link for additional info about this and a competitor drive from Seagate.