Kingston Wi-Drive Portable Wireless Storage for iPad/iPhone/iPod touch USB2
Easy to set up and simple to use.
Slim sleek design, Apps for Android, iOS and Kindle available, Ability to copy file to WiDrive through app, 16 or 32 GB available, Easily handles multiple 1080p streams, Up to three active clients may stream files, Ease of use, just turn on and connect, B
Creative portable WiFi storage for Apple iDevices, Instantly expand the storage for an Apple iDevices, Accessible by 3 users simultaneously, Integrated with WiFi 802.11g/n, Pretty good battery life span, supports quite number of multimedia file forma
Small and compact, Easy to setup and use, Can stream to multiple devices, Can connect to other networks.
Good for those who can buy it, Useful showoff accessory
Connects to shared Wi-Fi network to allow you to stream media and surf the web simultaneously. Flash storage means fewer worries of disk failure.
Smart, compact form factor, Can stream to multiple devices, Easy to setup and use, Silent operation.
Build Quality, Design, Size, USB and WiFi Connectivity, Battery Life
Streams media via Wi-Fi; rechargeable battery; supports up to three simultaneous wireless clients
Small and lightweight design, Easy setup, Smooth streaming performance
Easily add 32GB (or 16GB) of storage to your Wi-Fi enabled device, Share your Wi-Drive content with other users simultaneously, App for Apple devices makes it extremely easy to access the files on the Wi-Drive, Two Wi-Fi radios let you access the device a
The Kingston Wi-Drive is supercompact and provides extra storage space for the iPad and other mobile devices via Wireless-N. The drive also works with an existing Wi-Fi network to allow its connected clients to access the Internet.
Slim, attractive design, Good battery life while streaming video, Internet passthrough allows web access
Can’t power up when plugged into charger.
Price premium for wireless connectivity, Android app not very polished, Web interface playback too simple, Fairly slow USB 2.0 file transfer rates, Top right corner gets quite warm, No USB 3.0, Glossy plastic frame scratches easily, Unit with 3G modem inc
Lacking of video supported formats, Looking forward to see 5year or even life time warranty
Only an iOS app available right now, Priced at a premium
Niche product pricing, USB OTG can be a better option
Small capacity. A bit pricey for what you’re getting. Can’t stream while it’s charging.
Native apps only available for iOS at present, No builtin file encryption, Limited to USB 2.0
Apple Application Only, Price (For Some)
Cramped capacities; no support for playlists or video chapters
Runs hot, Expensive for the capacity
High price tag for 32GB of storage, Greater battery life would be nice, Including a car power adapter would be nice, Android app?
The Kingston Wi-Drive offers limited amount of storage space (up to 32GB), doesn't support USB 3.0, is slow as an external drive, and has a short battery life. The device is rather expensive, can support only three concurrent users, and its iPad app i
Only compatible with iOS devices, Capacity limited to 16GB or 32GB, Pricier than selecting a highercapacity device
By Kitguru.net on May 10, 2013
Today we are looking at the Kingston Wi-Drive. This portable device can be used to wirelessly transmit and share content with up to three tablets or smartphones simultaneously. Photos, videos and music can be shared with iOS and Android devices....90
By Real World Labs on January 14, 2013
While using the Wi-Drive we found the range of the device to be pretty decent. Enough to have it stored in your pocket without losing signal, and even let your friend’s share of it 5 rows back on the flight to Vegas.Adding files to the device does...-
By Trusted Reviews on December 21, 2012
The Kingston Wi-Drive is not perfect, you won't be able to use it on airplanes because it uses Wi-Fi to connect to your devices, and it does get worryingly hot. That being said it is otherwise a great travel companion particuarly, for those wanting...70
By Maximum PC on October 02, 2012
Offload your bulk videos and music The concept for Kingston’s 64GB Wi-Drive is a little difficult to communicate to most people, but we’ve decided the best analogy is real estate. Pretend you live in Tokyo or Manhattan and your $850,000...90
By uk.hardware.info on August 30, 2012
Kingston made an ingenious little device with the Wi-Drive. It's a wireless NAS with capacities of 16, 32 or 64 GB, combined with a built-in battery so you can take it with you. The average price of the 16 GB version is £36, which isn't...-
By Geek.com on July 27, 2012
The inherent downside to most Android and iOS devices is the lack of removable storage. When get to the store, you tell yourself that you don’t really need the model with the larger storage, so you buy the cheaper model. Or maybe you’re a...-
By Macworld Australia on July 21, 2012
With the new iPad’s Retina display, developers are able to create apps that have more of a visual impact. However, apps that support higher-detailed graphics end up occupying more storage space – so you may find yourself running short.iCloud...80
By Digital Photography Now on May 23, 2012
16GB and 32GB Wi-Drive pricing at Amazon About the size of a small smartphone, but lighter, the Kingston Wi-Drive has Apple and Android support for accessing stored files using your smartphone or tablet computer, and conventional computers If your...-
By HardwareZone.com on May 22, 2012
Our main gripe with the Kingston Wi-Drive is that video playback fussy and troublesome. Practically, the only way to use it is to first transcode the video into a format supported by Apple. In other areas, we were also not fans of the Wi-Drive app, as...-
By techPowerUp! on May 18, 2012
With the market flooded with flash drives in all shapes and sizes, companies have to find different ways to offer unique and useful functionality. Kingston combines 16 GB of flash storage with a surprisingly capable wireless hotspot. Allowing up to...81