It's often a difficult choice. Of course you'd like to have the 64 GB version of the iPhone or iPad for example, but the additional price Apple wants for the additional GBs is very high. If you go for the version with less storage, you can quickly fill it up so you have no space left. Kingston has come up with a smart solution for this, in the shape of the Wi-Drive, which is storage with built-in WiFi.
Portable WiFi storage you can carry in your pocket.
The Kingston Wi-Drive is a clever combination of hardware. You have the choice between 16, 32 or 64 GB flash storage. It comes with a battery and an integrated WiFi adapter, and only weighs in at 84 grams. Everywhere you go you basically have a wireless mini-NAS device. The idea is that you fill it up on your PC via USB, and use the free app to access it from your iPhone, iPad en iPod Touch, Android device or Kindle Fire.
So how do you make your smartphone or tablet recognise the Wi-Drive? Kingston has an effective solution for this. The Wi-Drive functions as an access point without password, and all you have to do is to connect with that wireless network. It's very easy, but if WiFi was your internet connection, it will of course sever that link so you're no longer online.
The Wi-Drive functions as an access point.