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Kingston's iOS-lovin' Wi-Drive wireless storage device hops into FCC database

Darren Murph
07.07.11
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You know what that means, right? It means that Kingston's on track for keeping its "July" release promise for the above-pictured Wi-Drive. For those who missed our preview last month, this is essentially a portable, battery-powered hard drive that's meant to stream content exclusively to iOS devices. Think of it as a way to add more storage to a device that simply cannot accept more storage. Barring any last-minute fights with the number crunchers, this guy will ship for $130 (16GB) / $175 (32GB), and while an FCC appearance is no clear indication of "when," it almost always means "soon."

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