While at Storage Visions I checked out the new SanDisk Connect Wireless Flash Drive. This is a flash drive capable as also doubling as a wireless network storage device – and it can do so under it's own power for 3-4 hours.
I really like the idea of such a device. Need several people to access the stuff on your drive? Click one button and you can! It charges off of the same USB connection used to connect it locally (i.e. the 'old school' way). Here's a closer view:
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I’m a loyal SanDisk user,
I’m a loyal SanDisk user, love this wireless Flash Drive. I have a RAVPower FileHub, I use it as transfer hub between SD card and external HD, built-in 3000mah battery is useful for emergency, works great!
I’ve seen this on the market
I’ve seen this on the market for a while. If you are looking for something that allow you to access files on your hard drive or flash drive in case you don’t have a computer around, the RAVPower 5-in-1 filehub will be a better choice. I got one myself. It works as a wireless hard drive/flash drive reader. I often use it to stream contents stored on my hard drives to my iPhone, iPad and sometimes to my PC. It also reads SD cards, I use it to transfer photos to my iPhone and upload it to Instagram.