It would seem that what can be done with an ordinary USB flash drive? Sandisk decided to try adding Wi-Fi and see what happens.
I'll tell you in order. The flash drive is available in four versions, 16, 32, 64 and 128 GB. When connected to a USB port, Wi-Fi starts working, so directly from the application for smartphones with Android you can save files, write to the memory of a smartphone or tablet, and share with friends. Note that the flash drive (in theory) will work even when connected to an external battery, because the main thing is just to supply power to the microcircuit.
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It supports streaming video to three devices at the same time, the same applies to music. A flash drive is defined as a regular network drive and you can do anything with it. How do you like this accessory? Would it be useful in life? Cost – from $ 29 to $ 99.