iKlip Lightning Flash Drive Will Expand Your iPhone or Mac Storage Up to 128GB, Starts at $49

Looking for a way to expand your iPhone 6 storage space instantly without relying on the cloud? How about transferring content immediately from one device to another without relying on that bothersome iTunes syncing? You should probably check out the iKlip. It's basically a flash drive with a Lightning connector on one end and your standard USB 3.0 connector on the other. What used to be an Android capability is also now available to Apple devices - provided it meets its Indiegogo target.

iKlips Lightning Flash Drive

Yes, there's always a catch. As great as it sounds, the iKlip is still down $44,000 of its $50,000 goal to start commercial production. You can check out their Indiegogo page here: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/iklips-world-s-fastest-flash-drive-for-iphone-ipad. In all honesty, I'd back this project if I was an iPhone user.

If the iKlip ever sees the light of day (and I'm hoping it would), it would feature the following:
  • View photos, documents, playback music, TV series and movies, backup and manage files directly from iKlips.
  • Upgrade your device storage up to 128 GB (16GB/32GB/64GB/128GB capacities).
  • Lightning / USB 3.0 dual-interface - easily share files between iOS, Mac and PC. (iOS 6.1 or above / Windows XP/7/8 / Mac OSX)
  • The world’s fastest read/write speed - Lightning read/write speed: 14/8 MB/s; USB 3.0 read/write speed: 140/20 MB/s.
  • Top quality MLC flash memory for longer product life span and read/write speed.
  • A built-in clip that lets the user to attach it to clothing, personal belonging and always have it with them.
  • Apple MFi-certified (made for iPhone/iPad/iPod).
  • Safe & Secure since no Internet access, your data is never sent through 3rd party servers.
  • The lowest power consumption, saves power of your iPhone/iPad.
  • Free universal iOS app for iPhone/iPad/iPod touch.
  • 1080p HD movie streaming, direct playback from iKlips.
  • Ultra slim with Aluminum material design.
  • No built-in battery - no need to charge iKlips.
The iKlip is able to push and fetch files to and from your iPhone via the iKlip app.

The 16GB iKlip is available for commitment (commitment because it's not available commercially yet) for $49, while the 128GB version is being offered for $159.

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