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Imagine infinite storage capacity and live video/audio streaming for your tablet or smartphone…too good to be true? Not anymore. Verbatim’s new MediaShare Wireless device, allows you to do just that. How does it work? MediaShare allows you to stream media to your tablet/smartphone from portable storage media, such as SD cards, USB drives or portable HDDs (media not included) via a secure, wireless connection, wherever you are! Even better, up to 5 users can access and share stored content – simultaneously!
For maximum mobility, the MediaShare Wireless has a built-in rechargeable battery, with an approximate battery life of up to 5 hours. To recharge, simply connect the device to any available USB port on your computer. MediaShare Wireless allows you access to your media while charging, so your entertainment or productivity is uninterrupted.
Similar devices are limited by built-in storage capacities, or inability to upload and download information from your tablet/smartphone to your media storage but the Verbatim MediaShare Wireless allows for simultaneous upload, download and streaming! Also, because it utilizes removable media, you’ll never run out of space. MediaShare Wireless is the solution for wireless media streaming for anyone on the go.
The Verbatim MediaShare Wireless streaming device is ready to go, when and where you are. Small enough to hold in the palm of your hand, the MediaShare Wireless fits easily into your laptop bag or tablet case.
File manager mobile apps (available for iOS and Android mobile devices) have a search utility function allowing you to easily find and navigate data files (compatible with all iOS and Android platforms).
Unlike similar devices which can be limited by the capacity of the wireless storage device itself, Verbatim MediaShare Wireless supports SDXC, SDHC and SD* memory cards, and allows you to access data from your portable HDD, providing you with virtually limitless storage capacity.
Designed to Share
The Verbatim MediaShare Wireless streaming device allows for live content streaming, with no stutters or audio drops, and allows up to 5 users to access and share stored content simultaneously. Users can enjoy different content on each of the devices, for the ultimate in flexibility.
Things to consider when purchasing a wireless storage device:
Does the device work with memory cards and USB external storage devices?
Not all wireless storage devices support memory card (SDXC, SDHC and SD*) and external storage device (HDD) use, and as a result are limited to the capacity of the wireless storage device itself. To truly get the most from your wireless storage device, look for a drive that supports both memory cards and external storage devices. The Verbatim MediaShare Wireless supports SDXC, SDHC and SD* memory cards, as well as USB 2.0 and 3.0 external storage devices.
If the device supports memory cards – is my memory card compatible?
While SDXC and SDHC memory cards will provide maximum transfer speeds when used with wireless storage devices, you want to make sure that the device is compatible with the type of card you currently have, for your digital camera, dSLR, camcorder or other device. And take note that when using wireless storage devices with SD memory cards, a Class 4 or higher card is recommended.
Can I use the device while it’s charging?
Whether it’s a phone, tablet, or wireless storage device, no one wants to have his or her activity or productivity disrupted by recharging a low battery. With the Verbatim MediaShare Wireless wireless storage device – you don’t have to worry, simply plug the device into the USB port on your laptop or desktop computer and the device remains fully operational while charging.
Do I have to install anything on my smartphone/tablet?
The MediaShare Wireless streaming device works with a free downloadable app called “MediaShare Wireless” that is available via the App Store or Google Play. This app allows your MediaShare Wireless streaming device to communicate with your tablet or smartphone and once this communication is established, allows you to:
- View, play and stream files from your memory cards (SDXC, SDHC and SD*) or external storage devices (HDD)
- Copy files
- From your smartphone or tablet to MediaShare for streaming/sharing with up to 5 other users
- From MediaShare to your device
- From memory cards (SDXC, SDHC and SD*) to external storage devices (HDD) via MediaShare
- Change your wireless settings for greater security and control
- Bridge to other wireless LAN
* Class 4 or higher SDHC card recommended. Supports up to 64GB SDXC cards.
** Based on <2Mbps single user video playback using 64GB SDXC card or low power USB flash drive. Battery life is subject to many factors including power consumption of removable media as well as state of charge, ambient temperature, number of users, wireless and media operations as well as battery condition. Your results may vary.
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1MB = 1 million bytes; 1GB = 1 billion bytes; 1TB = 1 trillion bytes. Actual capacity may be less; device uses some memory for formatting and the like.
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