Sharing data wirelessly between gadgets is still a flawed system. If you'd rather not bother with bluetooth, see how you do with something more tangible like the Viceversal Flash Drive.
This innovative product by Rexplore is impressively thin and therefore goes nearly unnoticed when you carry it in your pocket. It looks like a little plastic rectangle, until you discover that a lightening and a USB connector can be drawn out from each end.
With this dextrous device, you can easily transfer media files between your iPhone or Android smartphone and your laptop or tablet. It welcomes Windows, Google and Apple operating systems and it's far less finicky than wireless sending and receiving. The Viceversal Flash Drive lessens the need for a computer intermediary in data exchanges.
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