THE REINVENTED USB FLASH DRIVE FOR YOUR PHONE, TABLET AND COMPUTER
The SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick is the USB flash drive. With the SanDisk Connect Stick in your pocket, bag or in the room, you can wirelessly access your media or transfer large files, stream videos and music in HD, and save and share photos and videos to and from your mobile device . With an additional capacity of up to 16GB, the SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick powers your mobile lifestyle, whether you’re hosting a meeting or taking a walk in the woods. SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick lets you stream videos or music to three other devices at the same time, or give you access to all your stuff from your jeans pocket. When you feel old, use the USB connector to plug it in.
CONNECT WIRELESS OR INTERNET
Imagine a flash drive that you don’t have to plug in except to charge. Imagine that it works wirelessly with your phone, tablet, computer and all your friends’ devices. Now imagine that it works wherever you are, even if you are in the kitchen and your Wireless Stick is in the studio.
SAVE AND ACCESS WIRELESSLY ALL YOUR THINGS
With the SanDisk Connect app installed on your mobile device, you can upload, download, save, share and play all your things from a distance, to and from the device you want to use.
SHARE WITH ALL YOUR BEST FRIENDS
Do not be selfish with your selfies or with your presentations, your images or your favorite music. SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick can share content with multiple devices at once. Think about it for your next team meeting or your next trip to the beach.
STREAM VIDEOS UP TO 3 DEVICES AT THE SAME TIME Set the app to automatically copy photos and videos from your camera roll to the unit when the unit is connected.
SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick is also a great artist. You can stream music or videos from 1 to three smartphones, tablets, or computers whenever they are somewhere nearby: the back seat, the next tent, or the other end of the conference table.
FREE UP PHONE / TABLET MEMORY
Offers 16, so you never have to worry about running out of memory