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#1 TSullivan


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Posted 18 August 2011 - 03:09 PM

When considering the purchase of the latest smartphone, tablet or other portable gadget, the onboard storage has become the most obvious differentiating factor between various models. The iPad 2 for instance comes with 16GB on storage in the base model. For $100 more you can have 32GB and another $100 gets you up to the cap of 64GB. The iPhone suffers the same problem and the slew of Android smartphones and tablets can also have storage limitations. The Kingston Wi-Drive is addressing this issue by offering a portable flash-based drive that's accessible via WiFi, giving consumers more flexible storage alternatives for their mobile devices.

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#2 jamwins



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Posted 01 September 2011 - 03:35 PM

This is cool, but it's really a "hold you over" type of thing - nothing PERMANENT.

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