It looks like the world is getting more and more connected these days, so much so that everyone would like ot gain access to the Internet regardless of where they are, and what device they are using at the moment. In fact, storing data on the cloud is also common, and the likes of Dropbox and OneDrive have proven to be extremely popular. However, local storage happens to be a whole lot more secure most of the time, which has led to the birth of the Indiegogo project known as ReVault.
ReVault is a wearable drive which will enable users to synchronize their data across all of their devices – all without the need for a cloud. ReVault is basically a portable hard drive which can be worn in a variety of ways, and it will rely on both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity in order to synchronize data, depending which connection is available at that point in time. The fact that it is wearable certainly endears itself to us, where users can wear it as a watch, or even around their neck, allowing it to be available at all times. Heck, you can even stash it in your pocket if you want to.
Expect to pick up the ReVault in 32GB and 128GB capacities, depending on your needs and if it gets realized.
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