The wonders of modern tech advancement still carry a few pitfalls – namely, frustrating physical-space limitations on our phones and tablets. Sure, the cloud helps, but there’s often no substitute for physical media.
Now you can expand the capacity of your iOS gadgets and easily transport data between your devices with the iKlips Flash Drive. This compact solid state flash drive adds between 32GB and 128GB of extra memory to your gadgets when you plug it into your Lightning port.
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The pocket-sized iKlips iOS Flash Drive is now on offer from $65 via TNW Deals.
The iKlips iOS drive has a USB 3.0 connector at one end, and a Lightning connector at the other. To make files available on your iOS device, simply plug the drive into your PC or Mac, and start transferring. The iKlips offers exFAT formatting, meaning it can handle individual files over 4GB.
To access and manage the files on your drive, you just download the free app. You can stream media straight from the drive, and the iKlips only uses a trickle of power from your iOS device. It is made from durable aluminum, and has Apple’s stamp of approval in the form of MFi certification.
You can currently order the iKlips drive in three color and capacity combinations: grey 32GB for $65 (17 percent off), grey 64GB for $79 (20 percent off), and red 128GB for $139 (22 percent off). All models come with free shipping to the continental US.