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Show Report: PhotoFast

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By Kevin Purdy

Contributing Editor
Published: Tuesday, January 8, 2013

PhotoFast debuted an “HD” version of its i-FlashDrive (previously reviewed on iLounge) at CES 2013, though the company did not quantify what differentiated this version of the two-way external storage and media viewing tool. Sold in 8GB ($85) and 16GB ($155) versions, it notably doesn’t have a native Lightning connector—it’s still Dock Connector-based—but if you buy a 16 GB or larger version, PhotoFast will throw in a free 30-pin-to-Lightning Adapter, which goes to show what some companies are doing to achieve Lightning compatibility. The software has added Dropbox and AirPlay support for sharing content.

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    PhotoFast's booth at CES 2013, focused entirely on the i-FlashDrive HD.

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    The i-FlashDrive HD from PhotoFast, with its Apple 30-pin-to-Lightning adapter in place.

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    The i-FlashDrive HD and its Lightning adapter, broken up.

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    PhotoFast's i-FlashDrive HD, in packaging.

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    The prominent "HD" pitch for the i-FlashDrive HD at PhotoFast's booth at CES 2013.

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I like the new design.  Looks very sleek.

Posted by Ben on January 14, 2013 at 3:58 AM (PDT)

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