The i-FlashDrive II lets you use microSD and SD cards with your iOS device


We recently told you about the i-FlashDrive with both a USB and a Lightning connector and that, when used your own microSD card, allowed you to transfer files between a computer and the iOS device.  The i-FlashDrive II drops the USB connector, and it allows you to use full-sized SD cards as well as microSD.  You can transfer files from your computer to the cards and then use them on your iOS device, or you can simply use the i-FlashDrive II to expand your device’s memory up to 128GB.

You’ll be able to backup/restore your contacts list with the i-FlashDrive II, and you can create/read/maintain files directly on the cards in the i-FlashDrive II.  You can playback music or movies from the external memory, and it has a document view for most file types.  Plug in the included USB-to-microUSB cable, and you can charge your iOS device through the i-FlashDrive II.

The i-FlashDrive II is $32 at Brando.

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2 thoughts on “The i-FlashDrive II lets you use microSD and SD cards with your iOS device”

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  2. Despite what the Brando website says, this gadget only supports SD cards up to 32 GB. I need to read/write at least 64 GB cards, so this is useless for me.
    Brando does not react at all to my e-mails.
    So I’m very disappointed.

    1. guessing you’re also on an ipad with an also ios8?

      cause anything else is also dealbreaker.

      round of applause for capitalism

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