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Brand New Toshiba Canvio AeroMobile Wireless 128GB SSD (HDTQ112XCWF1) for $49.99 + $5 shipping (Woot.com)

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Last Edited by wuzzy June 9, 2016 at 07:52 AM
Brand New Toshiba Canvio AeroMobile Wireless 128GB SSD (HDTQ112XCWF1) for $49.99 + $5 shipping (Woot.com)

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Dimensions: 0.5 x 2.5 x 4.8 inches

Weight: 8.8 ounces

Memory Size: 128 GB

Batteries Required

In the box: Toshiba Canvio AeroMobile Wireless SSD (HDTQ112XCWF1)
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#2
Oh my god hell no.

Go buy a 250gb ssd for $50 and an enclosure for $6.

This is a joke, and still cramped by USB speeds.
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Quote from sushiserv View Post :
Oh my god hell no.

Go buy a 250gb ssd for $50 and an enclosure for $6.

This is a joke, and still cramped by USB speeds.
You realize this has a battery and allows you to access it from your phone without having to plug anything in right?
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This is a cheap way to bump up your iPads storagešŸ˜‰
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Quote from midnightblade View Post :
You realize this has a battery and allows you to access it from your phone without having to plug anything in right?
can a phone not power an external hd?
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Quote from jaliu View Post :
can a phone not power an external hd?
Generally yes, but wireless access is a convenience factor that makes file sharing between devices less of a hassle. It also has a SD slot so you can dump directly from a camera, etc.
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Last edited by Neo42 June 9, 2016 at 05:39 AM
#7
The idea is sound. I'm in, almost. What about the make / model? How much of a deal is this?

Oh! Can I attach it to multiple phones? Not necessarily at the same time, but over the course of a day / week.

TIA
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Quote from ChiefAlchemist View Post :
The idea is sound. I'm in, almost. What about the make / model? How much of a deal is this?

Oh! Can I attach it to multiple phones? Not necessarily at the same time, but over the course of a day / week.

TIA
Yes you can attach up to 8 phones AT THW SAME TIME ?
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#9
solution in search of a problem.
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#10
Anyone able to find / share which SSD is actually inside this? Thx !
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#11
Amazon reviews are verrrrrrry mixed....http://www.amazon.com/Toshiba-Can...B00JNBVK4M


Also I didn't see it listed anywhere in the specs, so I found the manual online, and this unit does indeed support wireless b/g/n (listed on page 15):
https://www.manualowl.com/m/Toshi...ual/417827


If you don't have an N router, then there is pretty much no reason to have a wireless SSD. The speed that SSD can read is way higher than wireless G can transmit, so unless all your devices are on an N router, why bother with an SSD?
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router? direct connection to the drive
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Quote from Rand4 View Post :
solution in search of a problem.
Maybe but seems like a cool solution to sharing stuff on local phones that doesn't use any carrier data.
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Quote from jaliu View Post :
can a phone not power an external hd?
it's wireless that the whole point

Quote from nyc.vitality View Post :
router? direct connection to the drive
wireless...
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Last edited by sadface June 9, 2016 at 08:31 AM
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Quote from lollerskates View Post :
Amazon reviews are verrrrrrry mixed....http://www.amazon.com/Toshiba-Can...B00JNBVK4M


Also I didn't see it listed anywhere in the specs, so I found the manual online, and this unit does indeed support wireless b/g/n (listed on page 15):
https://www.manualowl.com/m/Toshi...ual/417827


If you don't have an N router, then there is pretty much no reason to have a wireless SSD. The speed that SSD can read is way higher than wireless G can transmit, so unless all your devices are on an N router, why bother with an SSD?
doubt anyone but technophobes and older people even have abg only routers any more. n has better security and a great mix of range and speed. ac and ad are much faster but less range.
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