SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick USB drive was recently launched in India. This may look like any other USB flash drive but it is difference, it comes with built in WiFi support and battery. This portable wireless USB stick price starts from ₹2,790.

The SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick will be available in 16, 32, 64 and 128 GB capacities. As mentioned apart from it being used as a traditional USB drive (i.e. connect to PC / laptop USB port), it can also be used as a wireless storage and up to 3 devices can simultaneously access it.

This Wireless stick comes with built-in battery that as per the company gives up to 4 hours of usage. With wireless options the stick becomes a sharing point, you can easily share videos, photos or data using WiFi. What’s more it works on Android and iOS platforms.

SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick

This device is capable of streaming HD videos to 3 devices simultaneously.

SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick starts from ₹2,790 for 16GB drive, ₹3790 for 32GB, ₹5,490 for 64GB and ₹9,490 for 128GB version.

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  1. why do we need WiFi support for such low capacity drives? most mobiles these days support USB OTG….which can directly connect to phone. if that is not enough we can directly put 64 GB memory card in mobile phones available for less then 2k.
    WiFi support is suitable for 1TB hard drives.

  2. The prices are ridiculous! Even for 2 k, you can get modem routers with USB which can stream data through Samba or simple transfer through FTP from any usb storage device attached to its USB port!

    Of course, this thing has a battery which is handy when you are on the move but again, just get a WiFi hotspot with a microsd card instead which can also enable you to connect to the internet.

    But apparently it is helping iOS owners to transfer data from laptop to tablet/phone without needing iTunes. For those poor wretches, these devices are a big step forward. For Android users and others living in the current century, there is nothing to see here.

    The one point of interest is the wireless transfer speeds. If those are unusually high, there may be some justification for these absurd prices.