Have you experienced capturing a precious moment in your life then suddenly, your phone can no longer manage another photo because your storage is already full? Did it ever happen to you that you wanted a game so bad, but your phone does not have enough space left to support it? Well, good news! LaCie has something that might answer your needs.
Just recently, LaCie introduced its very own mobile Wi-Fi storage device dubbed as the Fuel. This external hard drive is designed to work with Apple Products like iPad, iPhone and Mac computers to provide an extra storage that is accessible by the devices with wireless data transfer. Fuel expands the very limited storage space in your mobile device up to 1TB. This provides user with sufficient storage to save more files. It does not require internet access as it also functions as a Wi-Fi hotspot. With this feature, users can enjoy their media simply without the use of internet cables or LAN connectors.
It can handle up to five devices at a time that can access files on the drive simultaneously. In addition, it can also connect to an existing Wi-Fi network and share it to the devices connected to its own Wi-Fi network. The Fuel is built with an internal battery with 10 hours of life span, which means 10 long hours of untethered accessibility. The device is also built in with AirPlay compatibility. With this, users can do wireless media streaming that allows up to three devices at once. Though wireless file transfer is its main feature, file transfers are also available via USB 3.0. This means that fuel can also function as a portable hard drive. In addition to that, the device can also integrate with your Dropbox account, which means aside from syncing files with a computer and in the cloud, the files are also synched within the Lacie Fuel storage.
To sum it all up, it is indeed an amazing and interesting product that you should add in your list. Don’t hesitate to grab yours and enjoy one when it hit the shelves very soon for $199.99! For the Philippines though, no confirmation yet if this would be available locally.