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What does the Wi-Drive do with Kindle Fire?
« on: October 07, 2013, 02:49:47 PM »
I wonder how Wi-Drive work with Kindle Fire? Is it like storing the files without any wire to a drive? How much will it cost? What is the capacity which we can use for Kindle Fire? I wanted Wi Drive for my new Kindle Fire so can you tell me if I can go for it or better go with the normal external Hard Disk?




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Re: What does the Wi-Drive do with Kindle Fire?
« Reply #1 on: October 07, 2013, 04:31:22 PM »
It is really a great achievement through technology where we have support for storing files without having a wire to be connected between the two end devices and Kindle Fire as got the support from the leading storage provider called Kingston. Recently they have announced a support with their app for around 64GB storage which is really a added benefit for Kindle Fire users.

All you have to do is to install the app for Kingston support for Wi-Drive from the Amazon web store and start the app to transfer files to the Wi-Drive. There is no restrictions as of which files to send in to the drive in so on, it can be anything as like videos, photos, documents etc. you can send in to the drive till it supported to the storage limit. You can also access the files which are stored in the Wi-Drive if needed.

So as you said Wi-Drive is nothing but same as an external Hard Disk but without any wired connection between the two end device. There is no external power is needed to connect the Wi-Drive to Kindle Fire as it is powered with the lithium battery which can be recharged any time to use it.

If you are thinking that you want a kindle fire but 8 GB storage is not at all possible for me to use then you can very well go for the Kingston Wi-Drive which supports upto 64GB for Kindle Fire. The cost of 32GB version of Kingston Wi-Drive is around S89 and 16GB is around $49 and the price of 64GB is not yet confirmed as it is pretty new version introduced for Kindle Fire. So wait for some more time for 64GB versions and check it out for your new Kindle Fire.

 
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