Submitted by fanze100 1073d ago | news

Kingston Rolls Out 128GB Wi-Drive for Smart Devices

Maximum PC: "Kingston this week added a 128GB capacity drive to its Wi-Drive line, which hitherto only included 16GB, 32GB and 64GB offerings. With the Wi-Drive being aimed mainly at storage-starved tablet and smartphone owners, the 128GB drive seems like a good addition to the lineup and should make Kingston's wireless storage solution attractive to even those who own smart devices with external storage support." (Gadgets, Kingston Wi-Drive, Smartphone, Tablets)

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