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Kingston Wi-Drive 64 GB USB 2.0 Pocket-sized Portable Storage WID/64GB-A

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64 GB
  • Free Wi-Drive Apps with Additional Features - downloadable at Apple's App Store, Google Play and Amazon Appstore
  • File Support - Wi-Drive can store any file type, but playback and viewing is based on the files that are supported by the moblie device.
  • Cable - Mini-USB to USB cable included
  • User can upload files and content from their PC/Mac to the Wi-Drive using the USB cable
  • Local Storage - wirelessly transfer files to and from the Wi-Drive App and the Wi-Drive hardware.
  • Convenient - pocket-sized for easy transportability
  • Guaranteed - one-year warranty
  • Rechargeable Battery - up to four hours of continuous use
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Technical Details

Size: 64 GB
  • RAM: 65536 MB
  • RAM Type: 72-Pin EDO SIMM Memory
  • Hard Drive: 64 GB
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Product Details

Size: 64 GB
  • Product Dimensions: 4.8 x 0.4 x 2.4 inches ; 8.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00822GIH2
  • Item model number: WID/64GB-A
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (177 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 8, 2012

Product Description

Size: 64 GB

From the Manufacturer

Kingston Wi-Drive Wi-Fi Enabled Storage
Portable, wireless storage for all of your mobile devices, including iOS and Android

Kingston Wi-Drive Wi-Fi Enabled Storage
Share your favorite media with two other users simultaneously
Kingston Wi-Drive--Portable, Wireless Storage

Kingston's revolutionary new Wi-Drive gives you added, Flash-based storage for mobile devices, including Apple devices, Android devices, and Amazon Kindle Fire, so that you can share photos, videos, music and more with two other users. Share documents and other content, or stream media to break through the storage limitations of your mobile devices.

With integrated Wi-Fi and four hours of battery life, Kingston's new Wi-Drive offers pocket-sized portable storage and easy file sharing for Apple devices and Kindle Fire. Accessing or sharing your personal media has never been easier. Take it anywhere, in your purse, backpack or briefcase, to share your files, music, photos, videos and more.

Wi-Drive is backed by free technical support and legendary Kingston reliability. Kingston's Wi-Drive offers great portability, while delivering expanded storage and sharing options.

Portability

The Kingston Wi-Drive is Wi-Fi enabled so you can take your favorite media with you--and not be tethered to your computer. Just use your digital device as a player and display.

Kingston Wi-Drive Wi-Fi Enabled Storage
Featuring integrated Wi-Fi and four hours of battery life. View larger
Expanded Storage

Available in 32GB, 64GB or 128GB, the Wi-Drive adds storage space for more of your favorite music, photos, videos, PDFs and more. Take media or work files with you wherever you go--you're not limited by the storage on your portable devices any longer.

Casual Sharing

Wi-Drive lets you share your favorite media with two other users simultaneously, without any hassles. Supports multiplatform wireless streaming so you can share between any combination of mobile devices whether iOS or Android-based mobile devices.

Wide Format Support

Supported formats for audio files include AAC, MP3, and WAV formats. Playable video files include H.264, m4v, mp4, mov and Motion JPEG (M-PEG). You can view static images of types JPG, BMP, and TIFF and documents in Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft Office, or Apple iWork formats (pdf, doc, docx, key, numbers, pages, ppt, pptx, txt, rtf, xls).

Easy to Use

Access to the drive is done over the 802.11 g/n protocol, just like your typical home wireless hub. Carry extra files and content with you and use your iPad, iPhone, iPod touch or Kindle Fire as a display to share information. Stop worrying about filling up the space on your Apple mobile device or Kindle Fire. Keep a Kingston Wi-Drive in your pocket and share files securely with friends or colleagues--all your files are shareable over a secure local network.

Product Description

With integrated Wi-Fi and four hours of battery life, Kingston’s new Wi-Drive offers pocket-sized portable storage and easy file sharing for mobile devices, including iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Android devices, Amazon Kindle Fire and more. Accessing or sharing your personal media has never been easier. With Wi-Drive, you can add 16, 32, or 64 GB of space accessed wirelessly from your mobile device. The content can be shared by three or more people so you are no longer limited to the space available on your portable device.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It is very easy to use and works perfectly.
Daren G. Peck
It is absolutely perfect for streaming movies, TV shows and music and it does so for up to three devices.
Ciaran
I can sum it up in one word but it would not make it into this review.
Silhyboy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

100 of 103 people found the following review helpful By Ciaran TOP 100 REVIEWER on January 16, 2013
Size Name: 128 GB
The Kingston Wi-Drive is a portable hard-drive geared towards sharing media. Boasting a roomy 128GB internal SSD and streaming up to three devices, it's definitely worth a look. After taking the Wi-Drive on several road trips, I definitely got a good idea of what this drive can offer, and who might be interested in buying it. Kingston sent me a copy of the Wi-Drive for evaluation purposes.

Package Contents:

- Kingston Wi-Drive
- Power brick with USB out
- mini-USB cable
- Documentation

Now that we got basic information out of the way, let's take a closer look at the Kingston's Wi-Drive. The first thing I want to talk about is the design of the Wi-Drive. It is made of sturdy plastic, and is roughly the same size as an iPhone 4S. By keeping the Wi-Drive small and lightweight, Kingston have really geared this towards portable media sharing - it's slim enough to be put easily into a pocket or laptop bag.Using the drive (physically speaking) is beyond simple - there is one button on the right side to power on and off, and a USB-mini port for charging and data transfer. The Wi-Drive has an LED indicator built into the power button to indicate power (green), and will also turn orange when the battery is low. On the front of the device are two blue LEDs to let you know when the device is connected and the Wi-Fi network is being emitted. Battery life is good, sitting at around 3 hours with constant use, however I wouldn't mind seeing that number brought up a but even if it meant bulking the Wi-Drive a little.

Installation:
The installation for the Wi-Drive can be separated into two parts: desktop use and device use. For the desktop, it's an easy process: just plug in via USB and access via your file manager.
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50 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Richard J. Hagan on October 29, 2012
Size Name: 64 GB Verified Purchase
What fantastic bang for your bucks. For anyone looking to extend you iPad or iPhone this is the unit for you. I had to spend a week away from home and I loaded it up with Movies to watch. It's kinda hard to explain but I will try. When turned on after a few minutes it shows up under your network connection as Wi-Drive. Once selected it will connect to your iPad, iPhone or other portable devices. When pluged into your USB device on your computer it will appear on your computer as another drive where you can open and create any folders that you like. In a folder that I made called Movies I downloaded over 30 full length movies which could be accessed from my, in my case Apple device. The movies that I downloaded played without skipping a beat.
I would recommend this drive to anyone.
Rich
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40 of 43 people found the following review helpful By ScOObydoo VINE VOICE on February 16, 2013
Size Name: 128 GB Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
Crazy how three years ago there were no wireless storage devices, and now we suddenly have multiple options. Thanks to devices that lack external storage (think iPad and Nexus 10), having access to extra storage is more important than ever.

Storage:

The Wi-Drive comes in a variety of options, and the option you buy is the option you get. The Airstash has an SD card slot, so you can go from 2GB up to 128GB with a new SD card purchase. The Goflex is 500GB (or 1TB in the new Plus), so expansion is not an issue.

Connections:

The Wi-Drive has MiniUSB, and comes with an AC charger and cable. The GoFlex connects over USB 3.0 and the AirStash has a USB plug built in - you just plug it right into an open port. Despite its large size, the GoFlex has the best connectivity options.

Software:

This is where things get tricky - all three devices offer Web based connections, the AirStash is the most limited as it requires WebDAV software, which is not very well developed on Android. GoFlex has a decent sync app. The Wi-Drive has iOS and Android apps, and very easy to access files.

Playback:

The Wi-Drive has some issues with various file formats, in some cases you may need to rename a video file. It also requires you to format in Fat32, but that Windows users won't run into any problems there. The only issue there is file size as FAT32 has some limitations, but to be honest, for mobile playback, you shouldn't be playing massive 6GB files anyway.

Battery:

I have all three, and the Wi-Drive seems to be the winner here too. The Airstash has a tiny battery and the Goflex suffers the most because of its spinning platters.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Susan on April 15, 2013
Size Name: 128 GB Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
I received the 128GB Kingston Wi-Drive and it had about 121GB available. First thing to do is charge the drive by connecting the mini end of the provided USB cable to your drive and the USB end to your computer or USB wall device.

After that you can add files to your drive (it will show up as WI-DRIVE on a Windows computer). I added some mp3 songs and that worked fine. I added some jgp's and they worked fine. The first video file I tried to add was a 10GB mkv and I got the message the file was too large. Then I tried some avi files and they wouldn't work either. Then I looked at file formats and found that the drive doesn't support those two files - mkv or avi. So, I found some mp4's and those worked. According to their web site here are the files supported:
Audio: MP3, WAV
Video5: m4V, mp4 (H. 264 video codec)
Image: jpg, tif
Document: pdf

Then I needed to download the free program from the App Store called "Kingston Wi-Drive". However, I got a message that I had to first upgrade my ios on my ipod touch (you need IOS 4.2 or later); that took the longest of anything. Don't make the mistake I did the first time and search for Kingston "Wii"-Drive in the app store cuz it won't come up; lol. It works on Apple products and also androids. I also have a Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD so I downloaded the program from the Amazon store for both those Kindles.

Now comes the tricky little part. Turn on the Wi-Drive and wait for the two blue lights and for the bottom wireless light to flash. Then go to Settings on your Apple or Kindle device and hopefully Wi-Drive will show up; you need to click on that to connect. Once connected go to the Kingston Wi-Drive app on your device and open it; it should show the drive and the ip address.
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