crazed00 Posted April 3, 2013 Share Posted April 3, 2013 $49.99 on Amazon I bought this after reading some reviews on xda as well as following up my research on Amazon, and after receiving it and using it during a road trip, I'm amazed at what it can do. The basic function of this product is to wirelessly access your flash drives, portable hard drives, and sd cards through its own wifi network (just like you would your home router). Essentially, this is like a portable router too. This is powered by a 3000 mah battery which also can double as a cellphone charger as well.Using this was fairly simple for me. It really did work great right out of the box after installing the app AirStor. I was somewhat hesitant that there might be issues because some people were talking about how the firmware needed upgrading and that they had to do it themselves, but I guess I was lucky and perhaps this issue has been fixed because there were no errors for my device. I can also view my files through its own browser interface by typing in the WifiDisk's IP address 10.10.10.254 which was a great tip from someone who wrote a review on Amazon.The best feature of this device is being able to access all my videos and stream seamlessly on my s3 without having anything physically connected to my phone. For viewing videos alone, it has worked wonders.Other features are:Connect up to 5 devices at the same time.WirelessConnect to your home internet via wizard setup. Backup portable phone charger. Supports Product Specs from Amazon: - Model: RP-WD01- Wi-Fi Standard: 802.11b/g/n- Wi-Fi Frequency: 2.4 GHZ- SD card support: up to 128 G- USB HDD support: up to 2 TB- USB type: USB 2.0- Micro-USB type: USB 2.0- Power Bank Capacity: 3000 mAh- Max Input: 5V / 1.5A- Output: 5V / 1A- Dimension: 4.65" x 3.11" x 0.55"- Weight: 4.23 oz.- Working Temperature: 5-35°C- Storage Temperature: 0-60°C- Certification: CE/FCC Only downside so far to this is that this device does seem to scratch easily, and it's white. Does anyone know of anything else like this on the market other than wifi hard drives? I find this product pretty revolutionary since I haven't seen anything like this on the market. It's really nice that with this I can use different storage types that I already own. 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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