25 August, 2014: The Aero Wireless Mobile Drive is Patriot’s answer to Corsair’s Voyager Air and Seagate’s Wireless Plus.
The device is essentially a bus-powered USB 3.0 portable drive with a built-in Wi-Fi access point and an internal battery to provide external storage, with HD-streaming capability, to up to five concurrent wireless clients.
The Aero is closer to the Wireless Plus in terms of hardware specs, since it doesn’t have a network port. However, its battery life, some 6 hours, is in the same range as the Voyager Air’s.
In my testing, the new Patriot Aero topped the charts in USB 3.0 performance. However, its primitive mobile app could do with some innovation to offer a better user experience.The Patriot Aero Wireless Mobile Drive is about the same size physically as the Corsair Voyager Air, or the G-Tech G-Connect, and slightly thicker than the Wireless Plus. Still, it’s very compact, considering it offers up to 1TB of storage space, and comes with a built-in Wi-Fi access point and a battery. You can easily hide it in a handbag or even a jacket pocket.
On one side the device has a standard Micro-USB 3.0 port, a power button, and a DC-in port. You just need to press quickly on the power button, without holding, to turn the device on or off. Patriot makes this button slightly recessed to reduce the chance of accidental presses.
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