Kingston Wi-Drive Review

20120414_230006[ad#ad-1]Kingston’s Wi-Drive is portable, wireless storage for your mobile devices, such as the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Android devices, Kindle Fire and more. Wi-Drive lets you store and share your favorite content with your favorite people. It gives you up to 32GB of added storage for your mobile device and lets you share photos, videos, music and more with three or more users on their own mobile device. Access Wi-Drive through any Internet browser or download one the free Wi-Drive Apps off the Android or iOS Marketplace. Access to the drive is over the 802.11g/n protocol, just like your typical home
wireless hub, with a password. I can’t stress how simple it is to use, load your content on via the USB cable, then turn the device on with the power button. That’s setup for the Wi-Drive wireless network. Go to your smartphone or tablet, connect to the Wi-Drive network, and the access the content through the Wi-Drive app. It really is that easy with pricing starting at $48 for the 16GB model. You really can’t go wrong with a device that gives you access on 3 devices simultaneously. Only complaint would be the lack of larger sized models (64GB). Definitely a worthy purchase.


  • Portable, wireless storage
  • Works with iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Android devices, Amazon Kindle Fire
  • Share your data with 3 users simultaneously



Capacities — 16GB, 32GB
Dimensions — 121.5mm x 61.8mm x 9.8mm
Wireless Network Interface — Wi-Fi 802.11g/n
with wireless security (WPA/WEP)
Rechargeable Battery — up to four hours of continuous use
Local Storage— wirelessly transfer files to and
from the Wi-Drive App and the Wi-Drive hardware
Cable — mini USB to USB cable included
Guaranteed — one-year warranty
Free Wi-Drive Apps with Additional
Features — downloadable at Apple’s App Store,
Android Market and Amazon Appstore
Customizable Device Name (SSID)
User selectable Wi-Fi priority list when there are
multiple APN/Key available
File Support— Wi-Drive can store any file type,
but playback and viewing is based on the files
that are supported by the mobile device.

General file format support
•  Audio: MP3, WAV
•  Video: m4V, mp4 (H.264 video codec)
•  Image: jpg, tif
•  Document: pdf
Operating Temperature — 32°F to 122°F
(0°C to 50°C)
Storage Temperature — 1


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