SanDisk Connect Wireless Flash Drive
This flash drive is great for the travelling business person or anyone who wants more out of a USB stick.
I buy USB drives all the time. I either lose them, constantly, but I’m also prone to purchasing new USB drives for newer technology. I remember ditching all my old USB 1.0 sticks when USB 2.0 came out, but, as I’m starting towards USB 3.0 there is a wonderful glitch in the path, and that is the SanDisk Connect Wireless Flash Drive.
Video About SanDisk Connect Wireless Flash Drive
Why pay for a USB drive when it’s just USB 3.0, and why not get the Wi-Fi USB stick? There have been a ton of instances where I’ve been using a USB drive that is formatted in HFS+ (Mac OS X’s file system) and I need to read something on a Windows machine – and there’s always a problem. Sure, I could have originally formatted my USB drive in another more prominent operating system but who pre-plans for that? Regardless, the SanDisk Connect Wireless Flash Drive allows you to share content anywhere, with or without an existing Wi-Fi source, to any device.
How much does this SanDisk stick cost? Well, the 16GB drive is £40 (it’s priced at $50 in the US, which is around AU$65), the 32GB model is £45 ($60 in the US, which is around AU$79), and the 64GB drive is £68 ($109 in the US, which is around AU$145).
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