How fast is data transfer with San Disk’s Connect Wireless Flash Drive?

stylor

How quickly can data be transferred between the device and the drive? It sounds like a good idea, but I would hate for it to be like downloading a large file over a slow internet connection.

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theodore87
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Or you can use a RAVPower 5-in-1 Filehub with unlimited storage and fast transfer rate. And you got a 3000mAh battery pack built in which will save life on occasion. I personally have one of this, I have used it to stream 720P movies simultaneously on several devices with my family, there was no problem and it‘s fluent.

dthomas
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The San Disk Connect Wireless Flash Drive (just rolls off the tongue doesn’t it) uses 801.11 b/g/n, so if you are using an 801.11n compatible device, there is a theoretical transfer rate of up to 600Mbps, although you will likely see less. It will be much better than a slow internet connection in any case.

jimlynch
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Unfortunately, SanDisk doesn't seem to say how fast it is on their site. But here's the link anyway:

http://www.sandisk.com/products/wireless/flash-drive/

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