SanDisk Connect Wireless Media Drive Review
0. phoneArena 07 Feb 2014, 03:29 posted on
The majority of digital cameras still rely on good old SD cards, though, smaller compact ones are increasingly relying on microSD cards instead. Sharing content between mobile devices hasn’t always been the easiest process, as most of the time, we’re required to insert the card into our computer, copy the files, connect our mobile device, and then send them over. It’s a lengthy process for sure, but the SanDisk Connect Wireless Media Drive is aiming to streamline the process – while also acting as a general storage hub...
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1. sgodsell (Posts: 1662; Member since: 16 Mar 2013)
I like the other Sandisk Connect better because its more portable and you can attach it to your key chain, plus its cheaper. However you are restricted to using only micro SD cards.
2. iampayne (Posts: 286; Member since: 12 Aug 2013)
I have this and it is amazing I love it. When Im in the airport i turn this on and stream straight to my iPad 64+ gb worth of movies that I don't have to store on the iPad itself. It is only a 16gb iPad. I also use it on photo shots where I can take a SD card right from the camera to this and show the photos on my iPad in less than 5 minutes.
3. MaximumS (Posts: 6; Member since: 20 Jan 2014)
Seems that these media streamers are gonna be a hit. I see people using the RAVPower 5-in-1 Filehub, the HooToo Tripmate, mobilelite around. It's very easy to use.
4. robocop (Posts: 1; Member since: 08 Feb 2014)
I've had an Airstash for a couple of years now, it's been great and it has supporting apps for your phone. A good alternative to this Sandisk hockey puck size media hub if you want something that's smaller. airstash dot com