We live in a smart world, and use various gadgets for different intents and purposes – the smartphone that stays with us all the time, the tablet we use for multimedia and reading, the laptop/ computer that is our primary work device. The list gets even bigger when we consider that many of these gadgets are owned by family members too. While we don’t often share documents, sometimes we may want to share personal photos, music and movies. Although we can have these files on our devices separately, or share the important ones over an email or via cloud service(s), the method fails when the file is too big in size.
In such instances, a wireless storage drive is a better option, providing common storage for everyone in the family. We recently got Seagate’s Wireless Plus in our labs and here are our thoughts about its usage and capabilities.
|Dimensions||127 x 89 x 19.9mm|
|Storage capacity||1TB (available: 931GB)|
|Supported formats||MS Office and iWork files, PDF, WAV, MP3, AAC, MP4, AVI|
|Mobile device compatibility||iOS 4 and above, Android 2.1 and above, Wi-Fi enabled smartphone or tablet|
|Computer compatibility||Windows XP and above, Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later|
|Battery life||up to 10 hours of continuous streaming, up to 25 hours standby|
|Wi-Fi range||45 metres|
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