Reviews and Problems with Transcend StoreJet Cloud (TS32GSJC10K/TS64GSJC10K)
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Transcend StoreJet Cloud Drive (32GB)
5 June 2013
Excerpt: The latest trend making its way across the storage planes is the incorporation of portable hard drive tech with built-in wireless functionality. We’ve already seen the offerings from Kingston with their Wi-Drive and Seagate’s GoFlex Satellite and the latest to make the cut is from Transcend with their StoreJet Cloud. Here’s a closer look.
Excerpt: While some smartphones and tablets are happy to enable you to increase their capacities by inserting SD cards and the like, if you've got something such as an iPad or iPhone, then upgrading your memory is a far more expensive procedure. The prices being mooted for the rather modest jump from the 16GB to the 32GB iPhone 5 can be eye wateringly expensive.
Pros: Portable, Good media playback with supported files, Fair price
Cons: Only USB 2.0, Unsupported file types won't play
Excerpt: . Now we have the Transcend Wireless Drive StoreJet Cloud in our hands, available in capacities of 32 and 64Gb. It can be accessed wirelessly by an iOS or Android devices, as well as acting as a typical hard drive, which can be connected via USB to your computer. This means you can load it with your pictures as well as eBooks, documents, music, movies and access them on the move.
Pros: Very easy to use app interface, Extremely small and light-weight, Files can be saved to your iOS/Android device, Decent 6 hour battery life, Simple way of carrying more media with you, Can be used by up to five users
Cons: Couldn't connect it to Wi-Fi to continue internet connection, Crashed when opening some videos