Wireless Memory Drive for Smartphones

Wireless technology is making a lot of progress these days. Now, we rarely need cables to connect mobile devices to the computer – we can just keep files in cloud storages and access them quickly. But what if you could have a safer data storing device and still didn’t have to use any cables?
However unrealistic that sounds, this is possible due to the world’s first wireless flash drive – iLuun Air.

The device looks like a regular drive – it’s small, compact and fitted with a USB 3.0 connector. But apart from that, it has a power button and if you press it, you’ll be open “wireless gates” to all your files. iLuun Air is basically a miniature Wi-Fi router, so you won’t even need any other Internet connection.

iLuun Air was made not only for computers but for smartphones and tablets. That way, you can access all your photos, videos or music from the phone. You just need to download the app (available for iOS and Android devices) and navigate through your files. iLuun Air with its built-in Media Player allows you to stream any kinds of media content to your mobile devices. It’s also practical if you have to delete some files from the phone to free space – now, instead of deleting them, you can just transmit them to your wireless flash drive. Plus, there’s enough space for anything – capacities differ from 32 to 256 GB. Besides, every file will be securely protected by built-in encryption.

iLuun Air is the first of its kind – there’s nothing to add here. This little gadget takes wireless technology on another level. Your photos, music, videos, work documents – everything is kept securely and easily accessible with this wireless flash drive.

Wireless Memory Drive for Smartphones

Wireless Memory Drive for Smartphones

3 Comments on Wireless Memory Drive for Smartphones

  1. Greetings from Carolina! I’m bored to death at work so I decided to browse
    your site on my iphone during lunch break. I enjoy the knowledge you provide here and can’t
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  2. Richard // 17.01.2017 at 19:08 // Reply

    Thank you Carolina!


  3. bryan_mullin // 30.01.2017 at 23:59 // Reply

    Thanks very nice blog!


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