Leyio Flick To Share For £159

Posted: Apr 24 2009, 3:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Oct 16 2010, 7:41am CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

Leyio Flick to share for £159
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The Leyio personal sharing device is the new hot gadget to have and is launching for sale this week with John Lewis and Amazon.

Share Files between other Leyio users with a simple flick of the wrist.The new Leyio personal sharing device allows users to share files, no matter how big they are in seconds. The device is the first product to use ultra-wideband radio technology and this is what gives it the high transfer speeds.

It has 16GB of in built flash memory and has a finger print scanner on the front for protecting the device from unauthorized use. Basically you just link the two devices together and flick one and the music, video or whatever type of file you want to send appears on the other device.

You can also transfer files to non Leyio users via the built in USB stick so it is very versatile. I have seen this device in use and think it's great so take a closer look and give it a try.

You can see more info over at Leyio

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