Don’t Let a Phone Call Harsh Your Groove
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Director II, Global Product Marketing | Susan Park is your SanDisk tour guide for anything involving consumer electronics. Ask her about memory cards, mobile devices, imaging and gaming. The knowledgeable UC Berkeley grad has been affiliated previously with Sun Microsystems, Hitachi Semiconductor and Samsung.

You’re having a good run, your music is just right and you’re feeling great. Then, a call comes in – it could be your family, your boss – and your groove is gone.

If you’re always on the go like Kylie, you want to be able to easily manage your time, thoughts and even your music. Sometimes you just don’t want to have to answer a call even when your smartphone is within arm’s reach.

One solution is to put your phone on “airplane mode” and stream your music through WiFi. But if you’re exercising in a park, far from a WiFi connection, you can’t stream anything. Another solution is to play music stored on your smartphone or your iPod – but in most cases it is not big enough to carry your entire music collection.

In our video (below), Kylie takes control by streaming her music library stored on a SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick through an iPod, freeing her to leave her phone at home. The Connect comes with its own WiFi built-in, so you can stream music through a smartphone, tablet, or just about any device that has WiFi capabilities (iOS, Android and Windows), but without having to rely on home, office or public WiFi, or tapping into a data plan. And it has a ton of storage (as much as 128 GB!).

With SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick, you regain control of your mobile lifestyle.

In our next post, we’ll show how Kylie and her friend share photos and videos without cables or the internet.


The Connect Wireless Stick is available at Amazon.

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About the Author

Director II, Global Product Marketing | Susan Park is your SanDisk tour guide for anything involving consumer electronics. Ask her about memory cards, mobile devices, imaging and gaming. The knowledgeable UC Berkeley grad has been affiliated previously with Sun Microsystems, Hitachi Semiconductor and Samsung.



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