Stuck at the bottom, after you’ve been convinced, is this shit that should have been at the top:
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of SanDisk . The opinions and text are all mine.
SanDisk’s Connect Wireless Stick Is A Storage Problem Solver
Still, this is a good point, among several:
For context, right now on my desk is a OnePlus One, Moto X Play, Honor 7, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge and Galaxy Note 5. Now, all of these devices I have to spend some time with to be able to write about them. See how they hold up when at the gym, test what battery life I am getting and generally get a more hand-on feel for them. The problem is that they do not have my data on them. If I take the Galaxy Note 5 to the gym today, all my music is stored locally on my daily driver so I have noting to listen to. Well, this is where I have found the biggest use for the SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick. Any files you send to this stick can be accessed by any and all devices that you have.
I was thinking about that stick and iOS use last night. I must still investigate that in detail.
Now is a good time to remind everyone of this: FTC Disclosure.
SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick
Even Sony’s Twitter has gotten better…
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It’s probably the delivery service Xiaomi has tested in another market. Order a Xiaomi phone and, if it’s possible, have it Ubered to you the same day.
Yes, I just verbed a noun. Because.
IFA is this week and there’s already been a bunch of product announcements.
Announce any damn thing you want, companies. But if you can’t get it on the shelves of a physical store, it doesn’t matter.
Here is the dream world of the so-called Rational Techie:
1) Product announcement
2) Read Internet hype
3) Compare specs to current devices
4) Decide to buy
5) Note launch date
6) Order online
7) Boom. Done.
8) Return to Amazon/vendor if disappointed
The MiPad, over a year after its launch, is finally priced like its competition was back then.
Does anybody care?
What a waste of my attention.
After a period of seeming nearly dead, the Xiaomi MiPad account sent out this Weibo:
This is where the company wants to be:
See their plan — if you can read Chinese — in the leaked PDF [Google Drive].