If you dabble in any form of digital media, you likely have USB drives filling up your desk drawers, a couple sitting on your desk at work, and one in your gym bag just in case. It becomes tedious having to connect, disconnect, then reconnect them to all of your devices just so you can transfer a video to your tablet or phone to watch on your commute each morning, or to your PS3 to watch before bed. With the new SanDisk Connect flash drive, you can wirelessly beam your files between your devices without having to fumble around for a USB port in the dark.
Perhaps something of a first world problem, it does actually become tedious to fumble around at midnight, trying to find your desktop’s USB port so you can transfer some files over to your PS3 or tablet to view before bed. Yes, you can just turn on the lights and make the process less tedious, but if the whole point of consumer technology isn’t to make life easier in any way possible, then there’s no point to consumer technology. The SanDisk Connect attempts to lessen your midnight burden via a combination hub and USB drive. Three iterations of the device exist: a 16GB USB drive for $49.99, a 32GB USB drive for $59.99, and a Roku-style square for $79.99 known as the Media Drive. The difference between the USB drives and the Media Drive is the square tops out at 64GB, has twice the battery life, and a standard SD slot for an extra card...
http://www.extremetech.com/computing/16 ... ur-devices
"you can wirelessly beam your files between your devices without having to fumble around for a USB port in the dark"
There are two kinds of usb users in the world, those that fumble in the dark and those that don't!