Wireless Flash Drive

Discussion in 'iPad Accessories for iPAD 1, 2 and 3' started by wot_fan, Mar 16, 2010.

  1. HX_Guy

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    Wow that is pretty cool! Great thing to add to the my 16GB iPad if it ever runs out of memory. Shouldn't be a problem as I don't usually store things after I've viewed them (movies). I've had a 16GB iPhone 3GS since it was launced and it has 11.3GB available.
     
  2. codyhinson

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    i just preorderd one for my 16 gig ipad comming soon yea:)
     
  3. Isaac Newton

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    Would definitely answer the question asked by so many re: additional HDD space for the iPad!
     
  4. IpadOne

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    iPad extra Storage

    This is not a stupid question at all, this device wont work with iPad until Apple allow remote access storage, let me make it clear (my poor Singlish :D)

    you can connect you're Iphone to Mobile me, DropBox but you can't access to you're time capsule ,i think this is a security matter ...
     
  5. Hankrut

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    I am interested do you have more info on this
     
  6. lp1968

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    I just ordered mine! Looks like it won't be delivered until after the iPad.
     
  7. AbblePC

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    I like the device, its a nice concept too, however I think I will save about $97 and just use my AirVideo app as I do on my existing iPhone on the new iPad as that is all this item is allowing at the moment anyway.
    Streaming and consuming media, but at a cost and a carry device for $100.

    With the AirVideo app it is only $2.99 and no hardware to charge and carry, except for your iPad or iPhone and a small app running on your desktop as a server.

    File storage can already be done with QuickOffice, AirShare and other apps from the App Store.
     
  8. iVan

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    Anyone got theirs yet?

    It would be interesting to get a review.
     
    #18 iVan, Jul 19, 2010
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  9. JoebinXXX

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    very cool i think were gonna be seeing alot of these pop up soon!
     
  10. epb

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    I've had one for about a month. It works as advertised. I like that it charges via the USB port on my laptop or desktop at work, so no batteries. It seems to last a while on a charge, and wifi performance is as good as my home router. My sole gripe is the clunky file browsing interface - once you select a file, you have to start over your browsing rather than returning to the folder you were using.

    Oh, and I dunno why but Windows doesn't like it via wifi - I can only work with files when it's plugged in.
     

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