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Kingston Wi-Drive 16GB review

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Price when reviewed : £65
inc VAT

The Kingston Wi-Drive is a clever way of accessing and sharing lots of media files between multiple iOS devices, but its limitations make it a niche product rather than a must-have


0 disk bays, 16GB storage supplied, x N/A Ethernet ports

Kingston’s Wi-Drive is a cleverly designed network storage device for iOS devices, but it isn’t without its limitations. It has poor support for music files and mediocre battery life, so remains a niche product – it’s only really useful if your household owns multiple iOS devices, travels frequently (but not in aeroplanes, most of which disallow wireless networks) and can’t stand not having access to lots of video files.

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Basic Specifications

Price £65
Rating ***


Capacity 16GB
Formatted capacity 14.9
Default file system FAT32
Price per gigabyte £4.06
Interface N/A
3.5in drive bays 0
Free 3.5in drive bays 0
RAID modes N/A


USB direct access ports (front/rear) 1/0
Other USB ports (front/rear) 0/0
eSATA ports (front/rear) 0/0
Other ports WiFi


Ethernet connection speed N/A
Universal Plug and Play support no
UPnP media server no
iTunes yes
Print server no
USB disk server no
Web server no
FTP server no
Protocols supported TCP/IP, HTTP


Size 10x62x122mm
Weight 84g
Vertical positioning yes
Additional features iOS app
Power consumption active N/A

Buying Information

Price £65
Warranty one year RTB

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