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Another review said that basic work related files were not supported, I can gladly say that is FALSE. The user guide for the product is a PDF. I have even tried Microsoft Document files and PowerPoint files and they all work well. Okay, now you can read my review.
I just received my Sandisk Connect Wireless Stick today in the mail, and so far I love it. This review won't be too long, since I haven't experienced more than 24 hours with this product yet, so I don't have too much to say about it.
Build Quality: To start off, the build is quite nice and I like the texture of the flash drive as well. One design flaw to me is that you can only put the cap on one way, so I've mixed it up a few times already, oh well.
Functionality: Next, functionality, it works just as you expect it to. I loaded up Iron Man 3 and streamed it to my iPhone, no lag at all, even when I skip throughout the movie. Pictures and music work well also, there is an option to create a slideshow for your photos, which is a nice touch. You are able to download pictures or videos to your device from the flash drive as well. The app has a built in music player, but you cannot skip throughout the song, which seems odd to me. It has worked well for me on all the major platforms, smartphones (through their app), tablets and computers. My biggest complaint is that the connector is USB 2.0, I think Sandisk really could have made this product stellar with a USB 3.0 connector.
The App: The app performs okay, it definitely isn't 100% polished, but it works. I have found a few bugs, which aren't huge and I'm sure they will be fixed soon enough. In the app you can upload or download files to the flash drive, I haven't had any problems with this. Another cool feature is AutoBackUp for your devices camera roll. The flash drive can store single photos or an entire album, and even videos. After you're done taking pictures and videos, the next time you connect to the flash drive it will begin backing them up.
Battery: Battery life has been phenomenal. I left this thing unplugged and turned off for more than two weeks and it's still got 90% charge (left it at 93%). Really can't complain about that. With moderate use I got a little more than a week. And with heavy use (I'm talking like you're on this thing all day) I got 3-4 days. My final word for the battery life is, wonderful.
Well, that's about it for now. Thanks for reading!