HyperDrive iFlashDrive

HyperDrive iFlashDrive

Have you ever wanted to transfer your documents, music, videos, and pictures without having to deal with messy wires? Of course you can do this with USB drives by transferring them back and forth from the source to the destination, but this isn’t something you can do with your Apple devices–until now.

The HyperDrive iFlashDrive is pretty cool in the sense that it transforms your iPhone, iPod, or iPad into an external memory drive without having to carry around any wires and without having to go through iTunes. Aside from that, it’s also a flash drive, too, and we all know that having some extra memory handy at all times doesn’t hurt.

Hyper Drive iFlash Drive

Compatibility:

  • The iPad 3, iPad 2, iPad, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod Touch 4G, USB Device

Product Features:

  • Available in 8GB, 16GB, 32GB capacities
  • Apple-approved 30-pin dock connector to connect to iDevice as an external storage
  • Also works as a normal USB flash drive when not connected to iDevice
  • Easily store and transfer data between different iDevices and computers
  • Perform data transfer without iTunes, Internet or networks
  • Safer and more secure as data is sent and stored locally without going through Internet or 3rd party networks
  • Requires iOS 5
  • Compatible with Mac OS, Windows PC and Linux

The HyperDrive iFlashDrive is available in 8GB, 16GB, 32GB capacities and is available at Firebox from $111.

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Hazel Chua

About Hazel Chua

Hazel has a degree in Chemical Engineering, but has wanted to be a writer ever since she was a little girl. As luck and a whole lot of work would have it, Hazel got her cake and is eating it too: doing engineering stuff during the day, and blogging for various tech blogs during the night. She also established her own gadgetry blog recently, which you can check out at Gigadgetry.com.

3 Responses to “HyperDrive iFlashDrive”

  1. or you could just buy an Android device and use the regular USB cable and mass storage mode

  2. Please note that some of your information here is not correct according to the iFlashDrive FAQs. The photos showing the iFlashDrive connected to both an iPad/iPhone and a laptop are misleadiong as the iFlashDrive FAQ that follows explains:

    Can we connect i-FlashDrive to iDevices and USB at the same time?

    (1) i-FlashDrive only works on one end at a time.

    (2) i-FlashDrive doesn’t work as a regular cable, and it doesn’t providing iDevices power.
     

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