Kingston also offers own wireless portable drive

Just like Seagate, Kingston is bringing its own wireless portable storage solution, allowing easy file sharing for Apple’s iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.

The pocket-sized, flash based storage is called Wi-Drive and measures 121.5mm x 61.8mm x 9.8mm. It boasts 802.11g/n WiFi and mini USB connectivity, and packs a rechargeable battery that offers up to four hours of continuous use. Along with the date sharing, the drive also allows users to stream videos and supports up to three users to work simultaneously with different file types from the drive without any performance disruption. Kingston Wi-Drive will be available in late June, in 16GB ($129.99) and 32GB ($174.99) capacities.

Kingston Wi-Drive

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