14 August, 2014: The Samsung Wireless is a three-in-one device. It can work as a mobile wireless drive, a bus-powered USB portable drive, or as a juice pack.
In one corner are located the Wireless’ power button and a small blue status light. This light flashes when the drive is working as a wireless drive and stays solid green when it’s working as a portable drive. On one side, it has a Micro-USB 3.0 B-female port that can be used to connect it to a computer or to the included power adapter. In either case, the drive will charge its internal battery. Next to this port is an A-female USB port, which can be used to charge other mobile devices.
And it’s very easy to use. Just plug it into a computer using the included standard USB 3.0 cable — it’s now a portable drive. Unplug it from the computer and turn it on via its power button, and it becomes a wireless drive. Turn it off and plug a mobile device to its second USB port, and it’s a juice pack.
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