But what if you're taking a trip or something and need some extra space? A microSD card isn't an option. Maybe you're looking longingly at the Nook Tablet's 16GB until you discover that only 6% of that (1GB) is available for free use. But fortunately, there are some solutions if you need more space...and they are...Wi-Fi Portable Storage Drives!
Let's take a look and see how they work.
First of all, there are two major kinds, the Kingston Wi-Drive and the Seagate GoFlex. Here's what they do: stream content over their own Wi-Fi signals to your Kindle Fire, allowing you to store, access, or exchange anything on the two devices. They are both relatively easy to take with you and they both have plenty of extra storage. More details can be found here. Pretty handy, huh? Let's get into a side by side comparison.
Kingston Wi-Drive Seagate GoFlex
Memory: 16 or 32 GB 500 GB
Weight 8 oz 1.2 pounds
Battery Life: 4 hours 5 hours
Free App: Available Here Available Here
(remember to allow apps from "Unknown Sources")
Warranty 1 year 3 year limited