The Flash Drive Reinvented for the Mobile Lifestyle
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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.

The last decade may have belonged to laptops, but now fast, portable, and efficient smartphones and tablets are at the nexus of our connected lives.

They’re part of almost everything we do during the day from listening to music and watching movies, to sharing images on Instagram, to filling out spreadsheets and marking up PDFs.

This freedom however ends when the available storage on our devices becomes a constraint and limits how much content we can watch or record on the portable devices.

At SanDisk, we believe that storage shouldn’t be a barrier for smartphones or tablets. Wires and bandwidth shouldn’t hold you back. We want you to be able to access your content anywhere and everywhere.

We’ve created a solution to the problem of mobile storage. We call it the SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick, and it integrates perfectly into today’s mobile lifestyle. Around here we say it’s “the Flash Drive Reinvented.”

Watch the product video here and see for yourself:

Kylie, the lead character in the video, is a full-time college student who also works part-time, shares college projects with colleagues, and makes time to entertain her friends. In all these activities, she relies on technology to make herself more efficient.

Our four-part blog post series will take you through a typical day in Kylie’s life and depict how the SanDisk Wireless Stick makes it simpler for Kylie to lead the mobile lifestyle. Stay tuned.


The Connect Wireless Stick is available at Amazon.

Photo credit: SanDisk



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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