Gammatek SA has introduced the brand new AirStash wireless flash drive which offers users a fast way of sharing files between devices without iTunes or e-mail.
If you’ve ever wished to have more storage space on your Apple device, it has just become reality with the introduction of the new AirStash. AirStash allows you to free up space for applications and more on your Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch. You can file and access files wirelessly, or plug it into your PC’s USB port to drag-and-drop them. AirStash is also a social media server which allows you to watch HD videos, TV Shows or listen to music anywhere and has a rechargeable battery which is charged via usb , it then allows you up to 5 hours of uninterrupted access.
You can even transfer photos directly from a camera’s SD card by plugging it into the AirStash SD card slot which in return can be transferred back and forth from an iPad, iPhone or other devices.
‚The AirStash is the only wireless USB drive for your iPad, iPhone and iPod touch and helps you to save an incredible amount of space on your device. It basically serves as a SD card reader that creates its own WiFi network, enabling you to access the content on whichever card is inserted,‚ says Zev Cherniak from Gammatek.
‚It supports any size SD card and you can load anything your heart desires on to it. A very nice feature is the fact that you can share different videos, music or documents securely between 8 users simultaneously.‚
The AirStash is available at all major consumer electronic and mobile phone retail stores , iStores and retails at approximately R1999.
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