Put Data in its Place
What do you do if you have an assignment or a lesson plan on an iPad that needs to be on an Android slate or a video on a phone that needs to end up on a Mac computer? You can always put it on a server or online storage system and then pick up later. There’s a new way to do this data dance: PhotoFast’s i-FlashDrive. The small device weighs two-thirds of an ounce, yet can connect to an iOS device, a notebook as well as several Android devices from HTC, Sony and Samsung. Once plugged into each device, files – including documents, images and videos – can flow each way or be stored on the drive’s 16-, 32- or 64GB of storage. It costs $149 to $299, depending on capacity.