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SanDisk Unveils iXpand, A Lightning-Enabled Flash Drive For iPhone/iPad


We all know that, Apple device has suffered a lot due to lack of memory for storing files in it. At the same time, it forces the users to store their data in the cloud services. SanDisk iXpand will a better choice for those, who need more space in their Apple devices.sandisk-ixpand-ligtning-pendrive

The new SanDisk iXpand gives a new path for the Apple users, and allows them to easily move their files, music and videos from their devices to Mac without using wired connections. By downloading the iXpand mobile applications, the SanDisk iXpand can be connected to the iOS devices to sync various files found in your device.

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Citing IDC statistics, SanDisk vice president of product marketing, Dinesh Bahal said,

“With this significant increase in mobile-generated content, consumers are looking for easy ways to manage it all,” he continued. “We created the iXpand Flash Drive to offer consumers a quick and safe way to move their favorite content between devices so it’s available when and where they want it.”

The iXpand offers a cross-platform encryption, this will allow the users to transfer sensitive files without any sort of issues. Bahal has revealed more than three-quarters of the images that can be captured in smart devices and most of the users used to transfer photos and other media files only. Bahal mentioned that these media files are very important to the users, so they should be transferred very easily via iXpand.

iXpand drive store movies that can be directly watched from the iOS devices and includes most of the non-native formats too. iXpand comes with three variants 16GB, 32GB and 64 GB capacities and supported by iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 5s, 5c, 5, iPad Air 2, Air and other models that support iOS 8 and 7.

It is available in the SanDisk website for $59.99, $72.99 and $119.99 and available from November 16 onwards.

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