If you're a mobile monster like me, get one of these!
Prose the Writer, Amazon
17 March 2015
Summary: I absolutely love this device. Given that 4.42 KitKat killed our ability to save data on MicroSd cards, I have been trying to figure a way to carry all of my music with me and this is definitely it.
Summary: excellent, from my experience the speed ranges from 80 to 200 mb/s ..it is just not being sustained at 200 mb/s ..i think it depends on the file size and the other hardrive that you are transferring from/to i made a youtube unboxing review: http://youtu.be/PBmHcBDOmiQ
Summary: This is a great drive for groups that need to collaborate with large files off-site. If needed a user could add wireless data from a phone in the field by following these steps on the computer. You can also do this process via the smartphone app. 1. Power up wireless drive and connect to it. 2.
Pros: This is a hard drive solution that is good for those who might collaborate on site or at a field location. It is also applicable for students collaborating in person. By creating its own hotspot, it eliminates the need for a drive to be passed around as everyone can work off of it at once, up to ...
Cons: Price. I know that adding things such as a battery and two wireless cards (to allow bridging) will definitely make it cost more than a standard hard drive. If they bump the size to 1.5TB or 2TB it might be a little more tempting. If you want to connect the drive to an existing wireless network so...
Summary: I'm a tech dinosaur, I'll get that out there right now. I have another back up memory, but obviously, it's old, this one is faster, smaller and has way more room, and way more expensive. I plugged it in and nothing. For tech dinosaurs like myself, that's disturbing.