Kingston's Wi-Drive Streams Media To iDevices
It looks like an average portable HDD at a glance, but it's actually capable of far more. When used with the App Store, it allows customers to stream video, access music or share files with other Apple device owners. The Wi-Drive utilizes Flash-based technology to store data from USB-compatible PCs. These files are then easily retrieved via Wi-Drive’s built-in wireless signal without requiring cables or an Internet connection. Three users can work simultaneously with different file types from a single Wi-Drive without any performance disruption.
To begin using Wi-Drive with any of the compatible Apple products, users simply drag and drop files from their PC to Wi-Drive via USB cable, similar to a typical USB Flash drive data transfer. Users then download the Wi-Drive application from the App Store before connecting the Wi-Drive to their device. It'll be available in both 16GB and 32GB sizes later this month, with pricing set for $129.99 and $174.99, respectively.