128GB Wi-Drive for more sharing and storage

December 14, 2012
128GB Wi-Drive for more sharing and storage

Kingston today announced a new 128GB capacity addition to the Wi-Drive product line.

The 128GB Wi-Drive allows even more sharing on Wi-Fi enabled devices and is a perfect addition to the existing 32GB and 64GB capacities. With integrated Wi-Fi and four hours of battery life, Kingston Wi-Drive offers easy file sharing and pocket-sized portable storage for Wi-Fi enabled devices such as , , iPod touch, Android devices, Kindle Fire and more.

The free Wi-Drive App is available for Apple devices in the App Storesm, for Android OS devices in the Play App Store and for Kindle Fire in the Amazon App Store. The device allows simultaneous data access and file sharing for up to three users on their preferred mobile device. Thanks to a variety of Android-based devices and their versatile user experience, users can access and share their files via web browser or the Wi-Drive App.

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Kingston Wi-Drives are backed by a one-year warranty and free technical support.

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More information: For more information visit the Wi-Drive page.

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