Monster Digital has released the Mobile Personal Cloud, a multi- function wireless media access hub. According to a release, Monster Digital, a provider of premium memory solutions, is confident users will find the lightweight, smartphone-sized device an exciting addition their digital ecosystem, especially when it comes to mobile entertainment.
The Mobile Personal Cloud is equipped with dedicated ports for SD and microSD cards up to 64GB, as well as standard-sized type A USB for flash drives or external hard drives up to 2TB. Micro USB is used for wired connectivity and charging the onboard battery. When a PC or Mac is connected via the micro USB port, it acts as a reader and hub, simultaneously giving access to memory cards and/or a device plugged into the type A USB port. Not only can data be viewed or played, it can be transferred among the connected storage. For example, an HD movie file from an SD card can be copied to an external hard drive.
The same functionality above can also be done wirelessly. The device has 2.4GHz (b/g/n) encrypted Wi-Fi capability, which gives cable-free connectivity to PCs, Macs, tablets and smartphones. Files can be accessed via any web browser and by wireless enumeration, in which it operates as a network drive. With a streaming capacity of up to five devices at 720p (three devices at 1080p) and unlimited direct access, it's ideal for sharing media just about anywhere. Users can watch movies in the car or on a plane, collaborate on files at the office or share videos, wherever they are.
Monster Digital has its own mobile app available for free download. Mobile use will be of particular interest to frequent travellers. While perfect for enjoying entertainment on the go, mobile devices can run out of storage space when loaded with HD video and music files. But now users can load additional entertainment onto SD and microSD cards (each with capacities as high as 64GB) or a USB drive, including external hard drives. Imagine a 2TB tablet or smartphone! Content such as HD video or music can stream to their device and others for up to five hours with no external power as allowed by the on board 2000mAh battery. The Monster Digital app is available for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch on the
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Monster Digital has released the Mobile Personal Cloud, a multi- function wireless media access hub.
According to a release, Monster Digital, a provider of premium memory solutions, is confident users will find the lightweight, smartphone-sized device an exciting addition their digital ecosystem, especially when it comes to mobile entertainment.