CTIA 2012 Spotlight Award Winner: Kingston Wi-Drive 64GB

When you're working with lots video, one of the major roadblock can be how much storage you have access to. This problem is compounded when working with mobile devices that often have only a few gigabytes with which to store your data. Enter the Kingston Wi-Drive 64GB. This device feels like it's tailormade for us.

It's extremely simple. Just save and access files directly to the Wi-Drive from any wi-fi enable device. It's small, portable, and can be charged via USB, which means you'll likely be able to use it with the charger you're already lugging around for your phone. The battery will last for four to six hours, so if you're out and about, you'll want to make sure you keep that charger handy.

Kingston hasn't announced a release date or price, but if you absolutely need this type of storage solution and can't wait, you can get the 32GB version for $89.99.

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Mike Wilhelm
Mike is the Editor-in-Chief of Videomaker and Creator Handbook