Summary: Can't really see the point for this. At the time, I would have preferred a larger capacity, but still, I think more memory cards are a better option. I get the iPad point, but 16 GB is much too small. For use with a computer, it is not worth it. USB thumb drives are better for their portability, camera extra drives are better for cameras.
limited storage, heats up fast and no ability to copy from ipad to hard drive
28 June 2013
Summary: didn't read the description completely before i bought this, i assumed a two way file transfer with this, being a hard drive, but it doesn't allow you to copy contents from your iOS device to the hard drive, it's one way only. Heats up pretty fast. returned it.
Summary: When I bought this item I got it with the intention to free up space on my iPad. In short it has not lived up to my expectations. It wouldn't sync up right have the time and when it would you couldn't download to it. It's a complete waste of money as far as I'm concerned.
Summary: I'm on my second Wi-Drive. The first one crashed/froze after I went to Kingston's website to update the software on it. Emails with a very polite, very co-operative tech person at Kingston did not help, so I returned for a replacement. That worked fine until - don't ask me why - I decided to update the software on the replacement. Yup. Crash. I sort of got it going again and managed to use it to transfer files to my iPad so I am keeping it. But it is of limited value.
Summary: drive works fine but Amazon in their infinite wisdom prevent Kindle fire users in the uk from accessing the Android Market. The drive does not come with the software installed..therefore I cannot use it in the way I wish on my Kindle fire...why sell it if you can't supply the software?????