In Brief: PhotoFast intros iFlashDrive for Android
PhotoFast, the Leader in External Storage Solutions, Launches First-Ever Cross Platform Flash Drive for Android and iOS
i-FlashDrive for Android is the ultimate storage solution, allowing users to share and transfer files, photos, videos and music between computers as well as iOS and Android devices
LAS VEGAS – Jan. 7, 2014 – PhotoFast, the leader in electronic storage devices, announces today the availability of i-FlashDrive for Android, the first-ever cross platform mass storage device that allows users to seamlessly transfer, view and share documents, images, videos and audio files between computers and iOS and Android devices.
i-FlashDrive for Android and its accompanying free app, work in conjunction to provide additional storage with the ability to upload, organize, edit and manage files across multiple devices, including iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, PC and select Android devices. Requiring no connection to a Wi-Fi or mobile network, this device can be used on the go without draining vital battery life.
Available in 16GB ($169), 32GB ($229) and 64GB ($329) models, the compact and portable i-FlashDrive is offered as a combo kit, making it compatible with a standard USB 2.0 connector, microUSB and Apple’s Lightning and 30-pin connector.
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