Hyperdrive iUSBport Mini Wireless Flash Drive with USB

Hyperdrive iUSBport Mini Wireless Flash Drive, Micro SDXC Card Reader and USB Port, For iPhone/iPad and Android

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Product Overview Make ANY USB Storage Device Wireless!
The easiest way to share any USB data with Apple iPad, iPhone, & the Cloud. Just connect and share with up to 12 iDevices at the same time.

• Wireless Flash Drive for iPhone, iPad and Android. Expand your mobile device storage.
• Built-in MicroSDXC expansion slot, USB host port and wireless router, powered by a 950mAh li-poly battery
• Creates own wireless network to share USB/MicroSDXC data with iPhone, iPad, Android or any WiFi device
• Standalone device. No Internet, computers, routers or external power required. Carry and use wherever you go.
• Able to join an existing WiFi network to share connected data and Internet with same network devices
• Stream up to 3 different 1080p HD movies to 3 different devices or stream music, photos and perform 2-way file transfer with up to 8 different users.
• Built-in battery can power connected USB flash drives. External USB hard drives need to be externally powered+ Built-in standard USB connector to function as a normal USB flash drive
• Free iOS/Android/Web app. Also works with hundreds of HTTP/FTP/WebDAV/DLNA client apps.
Features Model: IUSBHD-500
Interface: USB 2.0 connector, 1.25W powered USB 2.0 host port, MicroSD/HC/XC card slot
Wireless: WiFi 802.11b/g/n, Access Point, Ad-Hoc, and Infrastructure Mode up to 24Mbps.
Supported File System: FAT, NTFS, HFS, HFS+, exFAT, EXT 2/3/4
Software: iOS, Android, HTML5 Web App (Also works with hundreds of HTTP/FTP/WebDAV/DLNA client apps.)
Battery: 950mAh rechargeable li-poly battery, Up to 3 hours battery life.
Input Power: 5W (5V, 1A) via standard USB connector, 1-2 hours to full charge from empty.
Dimensions: 91.30 x 42.45 x 14.37 mm
Weight: 1.75 oz/49 g
Specifications
Capacity  
Edition  
Colour White
Form Factor  
Bus Powered No
Rotation Speed  
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Access Time  
HDD Connectivity Wireless
External Connectivity
  • 1 x USB 2.0
  • 1 x Wireless
Card Reader Yes
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Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Scan Computers International Limited
Telephone:
0871-472-4747
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Hyperdrive iUSBport Mini Wireless Flash Drive with USB
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