To some users, one of the downsides of the iPad, iPod touch, and iPhone is non-expandable memory. Of course, many users buy the higher-capacity devices and assume they'll have adequate storage. But what happens if you run out of space on your iOS device and don't want to delete any files? At first, it may appear that you are out of luck—there isn't the option to pop in a memory card and expand your storage capacity. However, there is another option. Although the iPad, iPod touch, and iPhone may not have memory expansion card slots, you can expand the storage capacity of your favorite iOS devices by connecting a Wi-Fi enabled hard drive such as the Kingston Wi-Drive... Kingston Wi-Drive Review: Add Storage To iOS Devices
16Gb for approximately $130 is very pricey.
I have one being shipped to me this week to try out. I'm pretty excited! :D
PCAudioLabs Rok Box MC 7xs - Intel Core i7-2600K - Cooling: PCAL Quiet Operation - Gigabyte Z68 Motherboard - 16GB DDR3-1333 - AMD Radeon HD 5450 - Power Supply: 600 Watts - SRT Drive: Intel 311 SSD (20GB) - Primary Drive: 500GB, 7200RPM, 16MB cache - Audio Drive: 1TB, 7200RPM, 32MB cache - Sample Drive: 2TB, 7200RPM, 64MB cache - OS: Windows 7 Professional x64
I got my 32 GB unit from Amazon for under $90.... but am most disappointed..!! It only allows you to drag files from your desktop system while connected with USB cord, then (in theory..) you can access them from your iPad.. or whatever... but I tried to use it for a couple of 2.3 gig'ish sized m4v movies, and it just tries and tries to load, and never finishes... you can't move things from it to your mobile device, or copy files from your mobile device to it... It's may not be totally useless... but it's darned close.! I was looking for a WiFi enabled external memory device... but this isn't it..!!!
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