Wi-Drive provides external storage for your iPad, iPhone
27 March 2012
Excerpt: (2 items) With the new iPad’s Retina display , developers will be able to create apps that have more of a visual impact. However, apps that support higher-detailed graphics may end up occupying more storage space . If you bought a new 16GB iPad (like me), and are going to prep your iPad for a long trip, you may find yourself running short on storage.
Pros: Acts as a Wi-Fi extender, Good Wi-Fi range, Easy to use, Small and portable, Easy to use, Small and portable, Good Wi-Fi range, Acts as a Wi-Fi extender
Cons: File transfer limitations, File transfer limitations
Summary: After using the Wi-Drive for the past several days I found it to be a useful and versatile addition to my mobile Apple device family. Its small form factor makes it an excellent travel companion while the built-in Wi-Fi allows it to stream content to three or possibly four users.
It’s ability to act, as a wireless access point is another neat feature allowing the user to stay connected to the web while using the Wi-Drive.
Pros: +Functions as a wireless access point, +Works with three users simultaneously possibly even four, +Simple to add and remove files, +Adds 16GB or 32GB to iOS devices
Cons: -Expensive, -Battery life rather short for long trips-Limited to iOS devices (for now), -Limited to 16 GB or 32 GB