Far too often we have the problem of running out of storage on our phones and tablets. You can add on external storage but finding the right adapters to connect can be a hassle. Wireless storage is the answer to getting to your files with ease. Now there’s a company who has created a 1TB drive capable of streaming to all of your devices. Currently being funded on Indiegogo the Ydrive has already surpassed its required goal for production with a month left in its campaign.

The Ydrive has built-in USB 3.1, a wireless interface and comes in as large as 1TB in size. You can even share your files or stream video with up to 15 devices simultaneously. With 802.11ac wireless connectivity, you can stream as fast as 1300Mbps. The Ydrive also has a battery that can last as long as 13 hours on a single charge. It comes in black or silver and is only 80mm x 30mm x 10mm thick making it extremely portable.

Just imagine next time you’re on that long road trip and the little ones in the back start to become bored out of their minds. You’ve probably already loaded up each of their devices with a few episodes of their favorite cartoons. You would like to have added more but you can only fit so much of those large files on tablets and phones. What if your kids want to watch a full-length feature and there’s no available Wi-Fi? Plus, you don’t want to waste all your data on streaming services either. This is what the Ydrive is meant for. You just press the button on the front of the Ydrive and instantly have access to all your stored media for anyone in the car to enjoy.

Ydrive offers the best solution for your data storage and sharing problems and has inbuilt WiFi with 1300 Mbps of sharing speed with 1TB of storage capacity.

The Ydrive has already raised over $9,000 and smashed its fundraising goal of only $2,000 at Indiegogo. If you would like to get a 1TB Ydrive, a pledge of $189 or more from the early bird special will secure you one. That’s 30% off the future retail price and the lowest you can get it for. Shipping is estimated for December of this year. Can’t wait that long? Amazon has a few less expensive wireless options available today.

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