Fasetto, a popular cloud storage, file sharing and messaging provider has recently announced a powerful storage and communication device called LINK at CES 2017 in Las Vegas. LINK comes packed with powerful hardware that not only limits itself as an external hard drive, but also behaves as a communication device. This pocket-sized device comes powered by Samsung Octa-core Exynos 7420 processor clocked at 2.1GHz and a whopping 2TB of storage. It allow users to streams, store and share all digital files from any device using Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and USB-C connection and thereby, providing a platform for peer-to-peer and cloud based interactions. Also, LINK comes with a LTE model that can allow LINK to work as a WiFI hotspot.
This device has been securely designed with protective features, user permissions, multiple layers of hardware and software encryption. This pocket-sized storage device will be available from spring of 2017, but it seems that it is now available for pre-order at its official website. As far as pricing are concerned, the 2TB model for $1,150 and its LTE model priced at with an additional $150, while the smaller 256 model is priced at $349. Not cheap, Isn’t it? Stay tuned for more updates.
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