Kanex meDrive is a file server for iOS devices built on WebDAV and Bonjour. You can plug in a USB drive to expand storage and have a central point for all your files to share across iOS devices or Mac OS X. It is designed to be always on and always connected to your network. Create local cloud storage to share between local users and systems.
meDrive is fully hot swappable, letting you add and remove USB storage from it at any time. Connect thumb and flash drives, USB-powered external hard drives, and external hard drive enclosures. You can even connect a USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 hub and connect multiple HDDs.
The meDrive app is a file manager designed to work with the meDrive file server. It has a built-in Bonjour auto discovery for an easy setup. Features of the app include importing photos and videos from camera roll, stream videos, move/delete and zip/unzip files. The meDrive app is available free at the Apple App Store.
Users of Keynote, Pages, and Numbers will find this device ideal for local file sharing with it's built-in WebDAV support. Users can save and access iWork files to a local drive for easy access and sharing. Ideal for classrooms looking for an alternative to Dropbox and other cloud based storage. Now you can easily share and collaborate iWork files with local users in classrooms or work.
Manage and share your files across iOS, OS X or Windows platforms. Connect and collabrate with local network users seamlessly. Support for the Samba (SMB) sharing protocol allows the meDrive to work flawlessly with PCs running Windows Vista, 7, and 8. meDrive also supports all the popular file formats such as FAT32, MSDOS, and NTFS.
In addition to Mac and PC computers, the meDrive is compatible with most recent iOS devices running iOS 5.1 or later, including the iPhone 3GS, 4, 4S, and 5, the iPad (all versions), and the iPod touch (3rd, 4th, and 5th generations).
Kanex meDrive, 1-foot RJ45 Ethernet Cable, Mini USB cable, printed documentation.