There I was stuck with my iPad and no way of quickly transferring files from my PC to iPad and vice versa. What could I do?
I then read an ad in a iPhone & iPad magazine which informed me of this remarkable wireless memory stick..
So, straight to Amazon I went to get it at the lowest price, matched it with a 64Gb memory card (it comes with a 16Gb but I needed more space) and awaited delivery.
Once charged up, I was away.
My computer found the drive and I copied a number of files successfully.
Next, to test if it could really copy to and from anything wirelessly.
Yes it could. No hassles, no configuration problems, just found the wireless signal and away.
You can't copy from the Air Stash while connected to another wireless network but, as you can simply plug it into USB in appropriate equipment, that's not too much go an issue. It's so quick and easy to swap wireless connections on the iPad anyway, again, it's not really an issue.
The firmware can be updated, too and Maxell have said that you soon will be able to both copy and be on your usual network with a future update.
Who would have thought that something like the Maxell Air stash would have come along to rescue those using devices with no connections?
I was thrilled to discover it and now thrilled to be using it. Recommended by this subscriber for certain.Maxell Air Stash 16GB Wireless USB Flash DrivePlatinum 64GB Class 10 SDXC Memory Card - - 177119