SanDisk 'Next-Gen' Media Drives $90

Written by Oonagh Reidy     04/03/2014 | 12:13 | Category: STORAGE

Award winning drives hit Oz next month

SanDisk 'Next-Gen' Media Drives $90

SanDisk unleash award-winning Connect wireless flash memory drives including Wireless Flash Drive and  Wireless Media Drive. 

They will be on sale next month at Harvey Norman starting at $90.

The next gen portable storage drives  are made for mobile, an easier way to stream and store content from iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Kindle Fire and Android devices, as well as Mac and PC.  

"We are addressing a common problem of consumers running out of memory on mobile devices," said George Saad, Country Manager ANZ, SanDisk. 

SanDisk Connect Wireless USB Flash Drive adds a cool 64GB of extra storage.

The USB drive wirelessly connects up to eight devices, and you can view three simultaneous media streams, and share content with up to four hours of continuous streaming on one charge.

The Drive won Flash Memory Summit's 2013 Most Innovative Flash Memory Consumer Application award. 

Wireless Flash Drive comes in 16GB, 32GB or 64GB capacities at a RRP of $90, $110 and $180 at Harvey Norman from April.
 

SanDisk Media Drive

The  pocket sized SanDisk Connect Wireless Media Drive is available in capacities up to 64GB and has an SDHC/SDXC memory. 

It connects up to eight mobile devices and can stream up to five different HD movies at once.

The media drive has double the battery life of the Flash drive with up to eight continuous streaming hours on a single charge.

Users can stream and store HD movies, browse and share photos directly from an SD card and listen to music. Content is loaded by dragging and dropping. 

Additionally, at the 2014 Storage Visions conference, the SanDisk Connect Wireless Media Drive was a recipient of the Storage Visions Award for the best Visionary Mobile Consumer Storage Product.

SanDisk Connect apps are available from the App Store, Google Play Store and the Amazon Appstore for Android. 

The Wireless Media Drive comes with 32GB/ 64GB storage with RRP of $140/ $180


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