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The SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick is the flash drive reinvented to work with your smartphone and tablet.

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SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick is the flash drive reinvented to work not just with your computer, but also with your phone and tablet. With the SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick in your pocket, in your bag or across the room, you can wirelessly access your media and transfer files, stream HD videos and music, and save and share photos and videos to and from your mobile device.

Delivering up to 128GB of extra capacity, the SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick empowers your mobile lifestyle - whether you're running a sales meeting or taking a hike in the woods. SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick lets you stream video or music to as many as three other devices at the same time, or gives you access to all your stuff from the pocket of your jeans.

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Features

  • Easily move photos to free up space
  • Wirelessly access your content, no Internet required
  • Automatically backs up your camera roll when connected
  • Stream HD videos and music to up to 3 devices
  • Manage content with the SanDisk Connect app
  • The flash drive reinvented for your phone, tablet and computer
  • Connects with Mobile Devices iOS version 8.0 or higher, Android version 4.2 or higher
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Does this device have any way to attach a lanyard or carabiner so that it is harder to lose or misplace?

    Yes it does.

  • Can I download movies from iTunes onto this?

    The only possible way to load movies onto the drive is to load them onto your desktop computer then transfer them to the wireless flash drive.

  • Is the drive password protected? As far as privacy goes, can anyone connect to the drive and view the files?

    Yes you can setup a WPA2 password protection network.

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