Kingston Digital, the memory specialist company, recently announced two new upgrades to its Wi-Drive wireless tablet storage system which brings extended capacity through the new Wi-Drive app for the Amazon Kindle Fire.
Wi-Drive, which was originally created to be used with the iPad, is a small, rechargeable solid-stage storage device which delivers up to 32GB capacity to existing supported tablets. The 64GB version is in works and expected to be released later in Q1 2012. Being able to playback DRM protected content and AirPlay streaming capable, the Wi-Drive is now compatible with Amazon’s Kindle Fire. So basically you can extend the storage of the Kindle Fire via this device, in addition to the 8GB internal already available.
“Since its debut, Kingston Wi-Drive has been a success with Apple mobile device users. As more consumers adopt Kindle Fire as their mobile device for personal media consumption, we are proud to help this new segment of users store and share photos, videos, music and much more,” explained Kingston Digital’s Krystian Jaroszynski of the announcement. “The combination of the app update, higher capacity and Kindle Fire support makes Wi-Drive the perfect wireless storagesolution for mobile users.”
Via : ExpertReviews