Today, Kwilt announced the launch of the Shoebox Plus, a device that can easily turn any storage device (USB Flash drives, external hard drives, or NAS boxes) into your own personal cloud drive. If you find that your phone/tablet’s storage isn’t cutting it these days, Kwilt hopes to replace your subscription cloud storage account with the Shoebox Plus. Here’s a quick primer on the Kwilt Shoebox Plus.
Shoebox Plus Key Features from Kwilt
- 1.4GHz 64-bit quad-core processor
- Dual-band 2.4GHz and 5GHz 802.11b, a, n, ac wireless LAN
- 300 Mbps Ethernet Connection
- 4 x USB 2.0 ports
- HDMI port
- 3.5mm audio port
- Allows for full-resolution photos and videos
- Access on any mobile platform – iOS and Android apps
Running out of space on your phone sucks, especially when trying to get that once-in-a-lifetime shot. With the Kwilt Shoebox Plus you to have a virtual drive everywhere you go – no need to worry about space or sacrificing image quality with mobile backups. One of the more interesting features of the Shoebox Plus is the ability to upload full-res photos and videos without the need of a monthly subscription. Because all your data sits in your personal, private cloud, there’s never any privacy concerns associated with high-profile hacks; a definite selling point in a world where not even Experian is safe. With four USB ports and included 64GB thumb drive, you can get started right away or hook up a drive of any size to ensure you’ll have all the space you’ll ever need – no more deleting photos to make space.
The Shoebox Plus is available for purchase starting today and retails for $119 on Amazon, Indigogo and the Kwilt Store page. Be sure to check back for our full review of the Shoebox Plus on G Style Magazine.