We're an increasingly mobile society. The cloud can help manage our ever growing storage needs, but there are still times when you need to carry files with you and share those files with different kinds of devices.
Sharing used to be a little easier when we all carried bulky laptops. It was fairly reasonable that some kind of standard USB gadget would be able to move content from one computer to another. Data mobility has become something of a nightmare in this new world of smartphones and tablets. Manufacturers rarely let us fully "own" the data on our portable computing gear. Just try and attach an MP3 to an email on an iPhone. You can't. You can jump through hoops, other apps and services to replicate the functionality, but neither Apple nor Microsoft allow you to simply attach the most common audio file type to the most common method of digital communication.
So what to do when you're in a group and need to access or share files on different types of devices?
Kingston might have just the answer with the MobileLite Wireless. A small reader capable of using SDXC cards and USB Flash drives which will connect to Mac OSX, Windows, iOS, and Android, allowing up to three separate users to access a shared storage over a WiFi connection.
Hit the related video for our in depth hands on with the Kingston MobileLite Wireless!