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Kingston Wi-Drive SSD

Kingston Wi-Drive SSD
alaScore 89

13 reviews

Oct, 2017

alaTest has collected and analyzed 13 reviews of Kingston Wi-Drive SSD. The average rating for this product is 3.3/5, compared to an average rating of 4.5/5 for other Solid-state drive for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Solid-state drive the Kingston Wi-Drive SSD is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by: David Pierce (pcmag.com)

Kingston Wi-Drive

 

The Kingston Wi-Drive is a handy companion to your iPhone, iPad, and/or iPod touch that adds storage and streams content to multiple devices, but its specs don't quite match its high price tag.

Compact, light build. Can stream content to three devices simultaneously. Simple to add content. Companion iOS app makes connecting easy.

Expensive for the amount of storage you get. Short battery life. Only works with iOS devices. Limited to iOS-native file formats.

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Aug, 2011

Expert review by: Dong Ngo (cnet.com)

Kingston Wi-Drive review

 

Editor's note: This reviewed was updated on May 16, 2013 to reflect the newer model with higher storage capacity.

The supercompact Kingston Wi-Drive provides extra storage space for mobile devices and is capable of relaying Internet access from an existing Wi-Fi network to its connected clients.

The Kingston Wi-Drive offers a limited amount of storage space, doesn't support USB 3.0, and is slow as an external drive. The device also has a short battery life and supports only three concurrent clients.

Compact, Internet-ready, and well-designed, the Wi-Drive makes a convenient companion for frequent travelers who have from one to three tablets and a moderate library of digital content.

Jul, 2011

Expert review by: (engadget.com)

Kingston Wi-Drive wireless storage for iOS review

 

With nearly 350,000 apps and counting, the iPhone's maximum capacity of 32GB doesn't allow you to even scratch the surface of the App Store's catalog. Throw i...

Jul, 2011

Expert review by: Aaron Almeida (tech.firstpost.com)

Kingston Wi-Drive Review - Tech2

 

An issue faced by most mobile phone users is the lack of storage available on their devices. Sure one can ...

Publish date: April 30, 2012 10:23 am| Modified date: December 18, 2013 10:08 pm

Apr, 2012

Expert review by: Ian Morris (pocket-lint.com)

Kingston Wi-Drive

 

When it comes to the iPhone, iPad and iPod, storage is expensive. These devices all have fixed amounts of storage, and no way for consumers to upgrade them with simple memory cards. And that can mean that people end up with less storage than they need,...

Wireless, small, reasonably priced, Android and iOS support

App is basic, gets very hot, bigger than most wired storage

The Kingston Wi-Drive works, as it should. We have some minor worries about the operating temperature and the battery life. We aren't thrilled that you can't have it plugged in to a PC or other power source and still use it on Wi-Fi either. But, both...

Jan, 2012

Expert review by: Laurence Cable (techradar.com)

Kingston Wi-Drive review

 

Wireless storage for your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch – but at a price

Slim and light so very portable ; Internet connection bridging ; Many devices can access files simultaneously ; Free upgrades coming ; Web browser access for non-iOS devices

Incredibly expensive price per GB ; Relatively low capacities ; Mediocre iOS app ; Can't (yet) edit files ; No Android support

Sooner or later, you're going to run out of storage space on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. And because you've got no way of adding more inside the device, you're faced with clearing stuff off – or adding some memory externally.

Sep, 2011

Expert review by: Techmagnifier (techmagnifier.com)

Kingston Wi – Drive Review

 

There are LED indicator lights on the top of the Kingston Wi – Drive showing the statuses related to Wi-Fi network, Internet connectivity and data transfers.

Jun, 2011

Expert review by: Khidr Suleman (theinquirer.net)

Kingston Wi-Drive SSD review

 

Product Kingston Wi-Drive Website Kingston Specifications 16GB or 32GB, USB 2.0, 802.11 b/g/n, WPA/WEP security, supports Windows 7 and Mac OS X, four hours continuous streaming, 121.5x61.8x9.8mm, 84g Price From £80 MEMORY SUPPLIER Kingston is the...

Extremely portable, flash-based, multiple WiFi security options and connection bridging available, good battery life, reasonable price

Memory limited to 32GB, no on-board encryption

The Wi-Drive is a tiny little SSD, no bigger than an average smartphone. With dimensions of 121.5x61.8x9.8mm and a weight of 84g, portability is a major strength as the device can easily be carried around in a trouser or jacket pocket all day

Consumer review by: nareshtailor26 (mouthshut.com)

Kingston Wi-Drive

 

One day I bought kingston drive and first time am using then it will work good after few days when I delete my last data then some error will be display Access Denied and am socked what happen but my those data is not important so I will format this...

Feb, 2016

Consumer review by: balu8500 (mouthshut.com)

Kingston Wi-Drive

 

It works by creating a local Wi-Fi network for up to three Android or iOS devices to connect to. Cleverly, it can also create a bridge between a Wi-Fi router and phone or tablet, allowing internet use via the Wi-Drive's network. Older models of the...

Jan, 2016
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