Android and PC users desperate for more storage will soon have a new option available: the Samsung Wireless drive for tablets and phones.
The drive will connect wirelessly via local Wi-Fi or other available networks, and up to five mobile devices will be able to connect to it at the same time. It will also come with a USB 3.0 port and a USB 2.0 port for charging tablets and phones on the go
Samsung is touting the device’s small size but has yet to reveal its actual size. Samsung claims a seven-hour battery life. The Samsung Wireless drive will support Android 2.3 or higher, all versions of Windows above XP SP2, and Mac OS X 10.6 or later.
As the largest producer of Android tablets, Samsung did not make the drive compatible with iOS devices. Apple’s mobile users may want to check out the 2TB LaCie Fuel mobile drive to store multimedia content and access it on the go.