Here’s a new gadget that promises to make our lives easier in regards to data transfer between our smartphones and other devices: SanDisk’s Connect Wireless Stick.
Transferring data between the smartphone and desktop, laptop, tablet or whatever the device of choice is, always proves a cumbersome task. This is where Connect Wireless Stick comes in.
SanDisk’s USB flash drive is wireless and battery-powered and it looks at hitting two targets with one bullet. One, it takes on the cumbersome task of moving bulk files between devices. Two, it solves the problem of smartphone limited storage.
Dinesh Bahal, the VP of Product Marketing at SanDisk stated:
“We live in an era where we are truly living a mobile lifestyle. We use our devices to capture life’s moments, and work in a way that was never before possible – all of which has created the need for a new generation of mobile storage”.
Of course we all have the videos and photos amounting to gigabytes that we don’t want to let go off. SanDisk’s Connect Wireless Stick is up for the task. With a maximum of 128GB storage, it streams data to the smartphone for 4 and a half hours with just one charge.
Show off with the photos or videos without actually having them stocked up on the smartphone storage. Even better, Connect Wireless Stick is capable of backing up the videos and the photos directly from the phone.
Sporting the built-in Wi-Fi, Connect Wireless Stick of course connects to three devices at the same time. To complement the gadget, SanDisk also released the SanDisk Connect app, which also works cross platforms and devices.
The app is already available for download from Google Play or Amazon Appstore.
Connect Wireless Stick is also available in stores in different versions ranging from 16 to 128 GB of storage. According to the storage capacity that best suits your needs, prepare in between 30 and 100 dollars for cashout.
Connect Wireless Stick might remind some of SanDisk’s Connect Wireless Flash Drive, with the added perk that it’s smaller and for the money it does a pretty good job as an extension for smartphone storage capabilities.
Photo Credits amazon.com