Entatech UK has announced an exclusive distribution agreement with iStick – the world’s first Apple MFi approved USB flash drive with lightning connector.
Small, lightweight, stylish and encased in a light-weight aluminium design; iStick allows you to quickly and simply transfer your files without the need for iTunes, the web or a wireless network. Imagine a USB flash drive that provides you with the capacity you need to transfer large files. Now imagine a USB flash drive that can do this from your PC to your iPhone, iPad or iPod – and back again.
Developed with a USB 2.0 connector on one side and an Apple lightning connector on the other, iStick can connect to both your iOS devices and computers. Transfer and watch your favourite movies, view your documents, copy across music and much more – all without a web connection. Backup the files on your device, or use the iStick as an expandable storage source for your iPhone – never again will you need to delete precious memories in order to make way for new photos on your device. Simply transfer them across to the iStick, to make way for new memories to be captured and shared.
Dave Stevinson, Entatech Managing Director, commented: “This is a great product with a genuine use case, and we foresee it being a big success, particularly over the festive period.”
The first USB of its kind on the market, the iStick has been receiving fantastic reviews throughout the channel, winning the Best Gadget award by Tech Radar at the Photography Show 2015 in March of this year.
Available in 8, 16, 32, 64 or 128GB capacities, there is an iStick for every user and budget. Furthermore, users can download a free iStick app to view their stored data. The iStick app supports a wide variety of audio, video and image formats, as well as offering a backup solution for the items saved.
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