Kingston Enters iOS Wireless Storage Market with Wi-Drive
Basically, the Wi-Drive acts like an 802.11g/n wireless file server with a configurable access point name and security settings.Seagate went there earlier this month with its GoFlex Satellite, and now Kingston is stepping forth with its own new wireless storage device specifically for iOS devices. Kingston on June 2 introduced its Wi-Drive portable storage drive for Apple's iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. The NAND flash-based Wi-Drive is small enough to fit into a shirt pocket; it gives users a choice of 16GB or 32GB worth of capacity.
However, it stands apart from Seagate's product, which also is pocket-sized (but thicker, so don't try and stuff it into a shirt pocket unless you want to bust some seams) and carries much more storage (500GB).