Patriot Unveils AERO Wireless Mobile Hard Drive
March 6, 2013 2:14 PM
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It will be released in early April
Patriot announced its AERO wireless mobile hard drive this week, which is ideal for sharing content with any smartphone, laptop or tablet.
The AERO wireless
mobile hard drive
features the option of 500GB or 1TB storage capacities; Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n; Internet pass-through while connected; USB 3.0 port (USB 2.0 compatible; WEP/WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK security, and a lithium-ion battery for up to six hours of streaming.
“With the exponential growth in the sales of tablets and smartphones, consumers are taking their world mobile with the desire to carry and view more content on their portable devices,” said Mike Kroll, Sr. Director of Product Management at Patriot. “In regards to storage, this demands major product evolution and Patriot is on the forefront of design and innovation. With the launch of AERO, I am proud to say Patriot has the largest and most compelling mobile storage lineup; from full featured all-in-one solutions to the award winning Gauntlet Node wireless enclosure.”
AERO wireless mobile hard drive can stream to up to five connected devices at once using the Patriot Connect App, which is available on the Apple App Store, Amazon Appstore and
Google Play. It is also compatible with third-party media player apps.
The AERO wireless mobile hard drive will be available in early April for $159.99 (500GB) or $199.99 (1TB).
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Gauntlet vs Aero
3/6/2013 2:59:59 PM
Explain to me the difference between this and the Gauntlet, other than more storage?
RE: Gauntlet vs Aero
3/6/2013 3:37:29 PM
Hard drive is pre-installed in the Aero. That appears to be the only difference.
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