SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick - 128 GB (SDWS4-128G-G46) £51.79 @ Base
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SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick - 128 GB (SDWS4-128G-G46) £51.79 @ Base

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Found 29th Jan
£69.99 @ amazon

SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick is the flash drive reinvented to work not just with your computer, but also with your phone and tablet. With the SanDisk Connect Stick in your pocket, in your bag or across the room, you can wirelessly access your media or transfer large files, stream HD videos and music and save and share photos and videos to and from your mobile device. Delivering up to 128 GB of extra capacity, the SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick empowers your mobile lifestyle - whether you're running a sales meeting or taking a hike in the woods. SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick lets you stream video or music to as many as three other devices at the same time or gives you access to all your stuff from the pocket of your jeans. When you're feeling old school, use the USB connector to plug in.

Stream Movies and Music Without the Internet

The SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick streams HD movies and music to up to three devices - phones, tablets or computers - at the same time1 without wires or the Internet.

Your Backup Plan Fits in your Pocket

You can save, store, upload, download to and from your favourite device. You can even share content with friends. All totally wirelessly.

More Room, On and Off your Device

Carry up to 128 GB* of extra storage with you. It’s also invaluable for freeing up space on your mobile or other devices.

Connect Wirelessly or Plug It In

The SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick also operates as a conventional USB flash drive.
Simply plug it into a USB port on your laptop or desktop and transfer content. And while plugged in, you can recharge it at the same time.

Organise, Stream, Share

Enjoy your mobile devices, whenever, wherever, with the free downloadable SanDisk Mobile App to manage all your media files2
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deleted64606329th Jan

Transfers will only be slow if you sit and watch them, just go do …Transfers will only be slow if you sit and watch them, just go do something else until it transfers. Hmmm what could you do for a few minutes?


Haven't seen someone defend USB 2.0 speeds in a while, thank for the lolz.
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Seems like a really good idea poorly executed. Great price, but bear in mind a maximum battery life of 4.5hrs and only USB 2.0 so transfers will be slow. Heat for price
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chocobogamer13 m ago

Seems like a really good idea poorly executed. Great price, but bear in …Seems like a really good idea poorly executed. Great price, but bear in mind a maximum battery life of 4.5hrs and only USB 2.0 so transfers will be slow. Heat for price


Transfers will only be slow if you sit and watch them, just go do something else until it transfers. Hmmm what could you do for a few minutes?
deleted64606329th Jan

Transfers will only be slow if you sit and watch them, just go do …Transfers will only be slow if you sit and watch them, just go do something else until it transfers. Hmmm what could you do for a few minutes?


Haven't seen someone defend USB 2.0 speeds in a while, thank for the lolz.
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secretspartan11 h, 6 m ago

Haven't seen someone defend USB 2.0 speeds in a while, thank for the lolz.


I'm not defending it, it's a true story. Why would it be a deal breaker unless you need it in a rush. If you do need it in a rush then transfer it a few minutes earlier. If it was hours then I would understand but its a matter of minutes.
deleted64606329th Jan

I'm not defending it, it's a true story. Why would it be a deal breaker …I'm not defending it, it's a true story. Why would it be a deal breaker unless you need it in a rush. If you do need it in a rush then transfer it a few minutes earlier. If it was hours then I would understand but its a matter of minutes.


It's a slower by a margin of around 2.5 times. That's a lot if you are writing the whole stick, or using it to boot Linux if you're working with different images.
deleted64606329th Jan

I'm not defending it, it's a true story. Why would it be a deal breaker …I'm not defending it, it's a true story. Why would it be a deal breaker unless you need it in a rush. If you do need it in a rush then transfer it a few minutes earlier. If it was hours then I would understand but its a matter of minutes.


Try transferring anything over 5gb, you will beg for usb 3.
Had one of these, I remembered the transfer via usb and wifi was both very slow. Streaming over the wifi videos was jerky and unplayable so dont expect to stream. Unsure if issue was resolved or not. I end up refunding it.
I've got a 64GB model of this. Has never let me down so far, streaming movies for the kids in the car and when the Mrs went to hospital for 2 weeks....i think she got lost!
similar to the airstash that was on here for £6.50 - but that one takes removeable sd cards
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