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Hyper brings The First USB Flash Drive Made For Apple users

May 13 2014, 4:22am CDT | by , in News | Apple

Hyper brings The First USB Flash Drive Made For Apple users
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Comes With Lightning Port and connects with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch

If we talk about the Android users, they are pretty much satisfied with transferring data the old fashioned way. For them, this contemporary method proves to be fairly easy because most of the devices come with microSD card slots which allow the data to be easily transferred between different devices. However, iPhone users don’t get to enjoy this ease of data transfer and because of this we have, in recent times, seen a marked increase in the number of removable storage peripherals available from third parties. To make things simpler for the iPhone users, Hyper has invented the iStick, a MFi (Made for iPhone) gadget that features in-built USB and Lightning connectors.

The product allows the movement of files in a convenient manner and also goes easy on the eye. You can also carry it around in your pocket because of the compact nature. The iStick comes in varying storage options of 8GB, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB and with its neat sliding mechanism it easily fits between the USB and the Lightning connector. This is perfect for even those who are the casual users as well as those who want to move lots of files. This will certainly make the lives of the Apple users way too easier and especially because of the Lightning dock connector which connects directly with your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

 

This new kind of device not only allows for the storing of files but also streams videos directly. This means that you don’t have to transfer the video to your iOS device in order to view it. Though this is merely a kickstarter project but it will soon generate tons of interest which will show in the funding.

source: kickstarter

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