Finally in Australia: Wireless Memory for your Smart Device

SanDisk has announced that its range of wireless flash storage products will finally be available to Australian consumers from April.The SanDisk connect wireless flash drive and the SanDisk connect wireless media drives allow users to stream content on their mobile devices without the internet.



SanDisk has announced that its range of wireless flash storage products will finally be available to Australian consumers from April.

The SanDisk connect wireless flash drive and the SanDisk connect wireless media drives allow users to stream content on their mobile devices without the internet.

“We are addressing a common problem of consumers running out of memory on their mobile devices” said George Saad, SanDisk Australia’s Country manager.

Previously, mobile users have had to access data via USB dual drives attached to their smart device, such as Corsair’s USB thumb drive or Imation’s dual USB.  

Kingston’s Wi Drive is the only other wireless smart storage device available on the market and only in the US.

SanDisk’s move into the wireless smartphone storage space will allow customers to expand their storage capacity by 16 GB through the USB version or up to 64 GB through the connect wireless media drive.

There is also the opportunity for further expansion via an XC formatted SD card with up to 128 GB’s of storage.

The two devices should prove popular with families who can run up to 8 devices, view three simultaneous media streams and share content on the go without an internet connection.

The drives are compatible with both iOS and Android devices and are available only at Harvey Norman.

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