It’s been almost 20 years since IBM introduced the flash drive to our USB ports. Their small size, convenience, and universal usage made them an incredibly popular way to store files. However, the technology that’s developed in the past 20 years comes with larger file sizes, and the standard flash drives you’d pick up at an office supply store aren’t always enough. The iKlips II Lightning iOS Flash Drive has an impressive capacity for easily moving files between your Apple products.
The iKlips II supports the ex-FAT file format, so it can transfer files of any size from your iPhone or iPad to your computer in record time. It can move files up to 4k, and it supports high-definition videos, so you can put your iPhone’s camera to good use and easily offload your media from the phone to the iKlips for easy storage. Managing your files is easy with the free iKlips app, and your data will stay safe with the drive’s touch ID. The iKlips isn’t just beautiful on the inside, either: its sturdy aluminum shell looks great and stands up to accidental drops.