Meet iLuun Air, the World’s First Wireless USB Flash Drive for Smartphones and Tablets

Mobile storage is currently limited to huge bulky hard drives which require wires and cables or cloud-based solutions that require the Internet to access its data. A Dallas bases startup, however, want to change this its World’s First Wireless USB Flash Drive. Known as iLuun Air, the wireless flash drive has been developed for smartphones and tablets.

The company has already started a Kickstarter campaign to introduce the flash drive and has set a goal of $50,000 to begin the manufacturing of its flagship product.

iLuun Air integrates a built-in Wi-Fi network that allows users to wirelessly access their photos and files, stream videos and music, and transfer media content to and from their mobile device without the need for internet or cables. With up to 256GB of available storage capacity, the iLuun Air allows users to store hundreds of movies or thousands of photos, songs, and documents.

“Consumers have been asking for a portable and convenient way to store and share files on-the-go, and we’ve responded by introducing the most versatile USB flash drive ever created. We are aiming to make file sharing and storage more accessible and to redefine the mobile storage market,” Harold Stewart, CEO and Founder, iLuun Inc said. “For the foreseeable future, our lives will continue to shift away from the desktop and onto our mobile devices. We believe that the iLuun Air is a refreshing start for the next generation of mobile storage solutions.”

Notable features of the iLuun Air include a Multi-platform wireless streaming that allows users to seamlessly share content and media on up to 6 devices simultaneously. A built-in media player to seamlessly stream HD videos, photos, and music to all connected mobile devices. A one-step backup and restore function that allows users to free up valuable space on their mobile device

It also features USB 3.0 that allows for improved power consumption, data rate, security, pairing reliability, and most importantly speed. It also has an iOS and Android app offers user-friendly onscreen controls and makes it easy to navigate and enjoy content on the go and an inbuilt battery for HD video streaming.

The iLuun Air is now available on Kickstarter in capacities of 32GB, 64GB, 128GB, and  256GB. Pricing starts at $39.


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