For folks looking to leave behind the hassles of wires, Kingston’s new Wi-Drive might catch your attention. This solid state drive had been designed to provide users with an easy to use, wireless storage device for smartphones and tablets. The drive has up to 4 hours of battery life, and has been designed to be able to stream multiple file contents to up to three devices simultaneously. Users will run a specially designed app to take advantage of the streaming feature (currently available for iOS, Android is on its way).
If you find your mobile device constantly low on memory and you really have no idea what to delete, maybe one of these wireless drives would do you good. The Kingston Wi-Drive comes in two sizes: 16GB ($130) and 32GB ($175) and is available now.
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