SanDisk USB Memory Which Lets You Share and Play Content From Mobile WiFi -
SanDisk USB Memory Which Lets You Share and Play Content From Mobile WiFi -
SanDisk Reinvents Consumer Mobile Storage With New Wireless Flash Drive

With more capacity and improved user experience, the new SanDisk Connect™ Wireless Stick gives consumers even greater flexibility to share and access photos and videos between their favorite devices

SanDisk has announced the launch of a new model of portable USB memory stick that has been given the descriptive name format Connect Wireless Stick and as you can guess has WiFi connectivity as standard.

Basically it is a portable storage USB interface wireless 802.11 b / g / n operate on the 2.4 GHz band and can work connected to a computer or herself, thanks to its internal battery that gives it up to4.5 hours of autonomy .

SanDisk expands its mobile storage portfolio with a new wireless mobile flash drive, the SanDisk Connect(TM) Wireless Stick. This new drive enables easy sharing, transferring and accessing of photos and videos between mobile devices and computers. (Photo: Business Wire)

It is intended to share data between mobile terminals and computers easily and to use hard disk complementary to our smartphones and tablets, thanks to come in capacities of 16, 32, 64 and 128 GBand supports iOS terminals and Android.

Price and Availability

The new SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick is already on sale in the traditional physical and online brand distributors at prices of between 30 and 100 dollars , depending on the storage capacity.

More information | SanDisk

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