PhotoFast i-FlashDrive HD Transfers Files between Computers and iOS Devices
PhotoFast has unveiled a new gadget for iPhone, iPad, and other Apple device users that allows you to transfer files to and from a computer with ease. The product is called the i-FlashDrive HD and it's designed to allow the seamless transfer, viewing, and sharing of documents, images, video, and audio files between different gadgets.
The device will work with the iPhone 5 using the official Apple Lightning adapter and is designed to work with 30-pin Apple devices natively. The device is available with 8 GB, 16 GB, 13 GB, or 64 GB of storage. The drive is available in a combination kit that includes the Lightning adapter if needed.
The drive works with the free downloadable application that allows users to easily organize and manage files between the device and a computer or Apple gadget. The device also allows data encryption and can be used to backup and restore contacts. Pricing ranges from $99-$329 depending on the storage capacity chosen.
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