PhotoFast outs i-FlashDrive HD, compatible with the new iGear

The i-FlashDrive HD from PhotoFast is an updated version of the non-HD one last year, which now adds support for Apple's new iPhone 5, the iPad 4 and the iPad Mini with their Lightning transfer protocols.

It is basically a flash drive in various capacities, which you can hook up to your iGear with a Lightning adapter, as it serves the older 30-pin port by default, and has a regular USB stick shape on the other end.

The i-FlashDrive HD comes with its own app for transferring of files and media, and allows you to play videos and music directly from it. The storage and transfer delight won't come cheap, though - it starts at $99 for the 8 GB version, and goes all the way up to $329 for the 64 gigger.

source: PhotoFast



1. BadAssAbe

Posts: 508; Member since: Apr 22, 2011

$99 for 8gb? LMFAO 64GB MicroSD Class 10 XC for $60 at Best Buy Sandisk or Samsung (Frys Electronics) OTG Adapter $5

2. faisolbauuz

Posts: 121; Member since: Jan 05, 2013

Well i rather buy an otg cable for 3$ and stick an 500gb ext hdd on a phone or android tablet its more cheaper than this and you get 492gb more storage too

8. billybuttpounder

Posts: 105; Member since: Dec 28, 2012

Well that's all fine and good, but do those products have a shiny apple on them and make me feel like a pretentious douchebag when I purchase them? If not, PASS.

3. tasior

Posts: 265; Member since: Nov 04, 2012

Wow, that's a giant 'leap' for Apple. Maybe in a few years, they will prepare special module, that will allow people to actually manage their file system. ;-P

4. billybuttpounder

Posts: 105; Member since: Dec 28, 2012

$100 for an 8GB flash drive that should be like $12. Oh lord apple, you never cease to amaze! LMAO...

5. billybuttpounder

Posts: 105; Member since: Dec 28, 2012

OMG and it gets better! It won't work on the "new" iNovelties with the lightning connector, so the cost is actaully $130! Are you kidding me? LMFAO, this is why you fail apple.

6. Obdabeast

Posts: 41; Member since: Jan 01, 2012

thats not made by apple.. but they are taking advantage of the brand.

7. billybuttpounder

Posts: 105; Member since: Dec 28, 2012

Whoops you are right, I stand corrected. But yes, they are absolutely taking advantage and people will pay it LOL.

9. woodstocktennisnut

Posts: 1; Member since: Jan 11, 2013

I bought one of the first 32 gb versions and used it until the ios6 upgrade. They are a terrible company. Have sent them six emails and they have not responded a single time yet for my plea of an upgrade or replacement to the new HD version. This company should be removed from the App Store immediately. Woodstocktennisnut is not a satisfied customer!

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