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.
PhotoFast’s booth at CES 2013, focused entirely on the i-FlashDrive HD.
The i-FlashDrive HD from PhotoFast, with its Apple 30-pin-to-Lightning adapter in place.
The i-FlashDrive HD and its Lightning adapter, broken up.
PhotoFast’s i-FlashDrive HD, in packaging.
The prominent “HD” pitch for the i-FlashDrive HD at PhotoFast’s booth at CES 2013.