Running out of storage space on your iPhone or iPad? Then you may want to take a look at Kingston's new Wi-Drive.
Now available for sale through a variety of retailers, the iPad, and iPod Touch users can access directly on their devices. So you can house documents, music, videos, e-books, and other files on the drive and then wirelessly stream that content onto your iOS device. You don't even need a local Wi-Fi connection; the drive uses its own built-in Wi-Fi to communicate with up to three mobile devices at one time.stores content that iPhone,
Kingston is offering and directly selling the Wi-Drive in two different flavors: a 16GB version for $149 and a 32GB model for $199. But you'll find lower prices elsewhere. Vendors such as Amazon, Newegg, Fry's, and J&R are selling the 16GB edition for $129 and the 32GB model for $179.
The Wi-Drive follows on the heels of a similar device from Seagate dubbed the. The GoFlex Satellite sells for $199 but provides 500GB of storage.
Aby CNET's David Carnoy found it comparable to the GoFlex Satellite, though both share the same limitation of limited support for video codecs, a problem that Kingston told CNET it hopes to address down the road.