This SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick lets you stream HD videos and music to and from up to 3 devices at once for easy connection to your compatible smartphone, tablet or computer. The 16GB capacity allows you to store plenty of music, movies and photos.
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Nice idea but doesn't work
Posted by: Kantu from: Indiana on
I bought three of these as gifts because I liked the concept behind them. Trouble is that the application to connect to my phone and/or iPad does not recognize the drive. My phone connects to the drive but the app doesn't 'see' the drive in order to transmit data to it. I have searched for other apps to no avail and will now have to contact Sandisk for help.
30 out of 34 found this review helpful.
Posted by: GRogers from: on
I could never get the mobile app to work with it!!
16 out of 20 found this review helpful.
Pros & Cons
Posted by: UpDraftHiker from: on
I will start off this review with the wireless drive's positive features, then its drawbacks, followed with my personal reasoning behind why.
1) Fairly decent wireless range; without much of speed throttling. Going through walls, < 90 foot range. < 340 foot range with a direct line of sight (excluding glass).
2) Its overall concept -- being compatible with both iOS and Android mobile operating systems -- extending the storage of a one's smart phone to a hardlined Internet-free and very personal "cloud drive" through a Wi-Fi medium.
3) Universal adaptivness between different hardware types (computer itself - Intel Macintosh and Intel Non-Macintosh) and operating systems (Mac OS and Microsoft).
4) High-rate download (Read) speeds.
1) Poor battery life. Less than 1hr 30min with continual use.
2) Dreadfully slow upload (write) speeds. < 2Mbps.
3) Outdated USB technology; still utilizing USB 2.0 hardware.
4) Over priced for an entry level wireless drive.
5) Repetitive concept; anyone can make this drive with a basic USB drive plugged into the back of a Wi-Fi box; though it is not realistically portable.
0 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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