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SanDisk Connect™ Wireless Stick is the flash drive reinvented to work with both your computer and your mobile devices. With the Wireless Stick in your pocket, in your bag or across the room, you can wirelessly access your media or transfer large files, stream HD videos and music, and save and share photos and videos to and from your mobile device.
The Flash Drive Reinvented Imagine a flash drive that you don’t ever have to plug in, except to charge it. Imagine that it works with your phone, your tablet, your computer—and all your friends’ devices—wirelessly. Now imagine it works wherever you are—even if you happen to be in the kitchen and your Wireless Stick is in the den.
Wirelessly save and access all your stuff With the SanDisk Connect app installed on your mobile device, you can upload, download, save, share and play all your stuff from a distance, to and from the device you want to use.
Share with all your best friends Don’t be selfish with your selfies—or with your presentations, your pictures or your favorite music. SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick can share content with multiple devices at once. Think about that for your next team meeting—or your next trip to the beach.
Stream videos to up to 3 devices—at the same time SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick is a great entertainer, too. You can stream music or videos to three smartphones, tablets or computers as long as they’re somewhere in the vicinity—the back seat, the next tent or the other end of the conference table. Features
• Wirelessly save and access your photos, videos and files. • Stream HD movies and music to up to 3 devices at the same time. • Connect wirelessly or simply plug into a USB port. • Compatible with iPad, iPhone, Kindle Fire, Android™ devices, and PC and Mac.
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Universal Plug ‘n’ Play, or UPnP, is a technology that you may well have benefited from at some point, but what is it? We’re going to explore what it is, and why it’s great if you’re trying to run your home network.