Kingston's funky Wi-Drive wireless portable SSD has started hitting stores in good quantities this week, including the likes of Amazon, Newegg, Fry's and J&R. It is available in two sizes; 16 and 32GB, costing around $130 and $175, respectively.
If you missed previous news on this unique, handy storage device which we first spotted and got some hands-on time with at Computex last month, it's designed to give your Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch more storage space in a nice compact footprint (measurements of 121.5 x 61.8 x 9.8mm).
The Wi-Drive has a mini USB connector along with built-in 802.11g/n WiFi support. Its battery life is said to be up to four hours and it can stream to multiple iDevices simultaneously.
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