So you’ve downloaded some songs, movies and television shows, how would you like to be able to push that digital media you’ve download onto your iOS devices? It seems that Panasonic has come up with a solution for you with their DY-PS10 Pocket Server.
The DY-PS10 is about the size of a smartphone and it is said to be able to push the digital media stored on it to your iOS device over a WiFi connection. The DY-PS10 is advertised as being able to SDXC, SD and SDHC storage mediums and 64GB worth of standard-definition video should be able to provide 88 hours worth of entertainment.
The Pocket Server should be able to stream content to your iOS device for 10 hours before requiring a charge. You will also be able to transfer content to the SDXC, SD or SDHC card by connecting the DY-PS10 directly to your computer via USB.
Unfortunately it appears that the device will only be available in Japan for now due to wireless restrictions in other countries and it is retailing for ¥14,800 ($191). It’s a pretty nifty concept so let’s hope that Panasonic will find a way to bring it to the rest of us soon.
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