This Tiny MBLOK Cube Stores Up To 256GB Of Data

When we are running out of storage space on our tablet, smartphone or PC we most of the time run to cloud storage providers such as Google Drive, DropBox or OneDrive to get free space or buy additional storage for our files and this option is very handy and helpful. We always have access to the files saved on the cloud anytime and anywhere so long that we have internet connection. The problem is, there are instances that we do not have access to the internet making us literally "away" from what we have saved in the cloud and that's the problem this MBLOK is trying to solve for us.

The people behind the creation of this device are based in Canada and they call this cube MBLOK. It is a wireless device that acts as a third-party storage drive that can store up to 256GB of data and supports almost every file we know from photos, music to our favorite movies. It features a USB 2.0 as one of its connectivity options but its highlight is it can be connected or paired up with up to seven devices at once via bluetooth which is very good for file sharing or collaboration purposes.

MBLOK is compatible with iOS and Android tablet and smartphone devices which is operated via an MBLOK App. If you have music or movie files saved in it, those can be accessed and played through the app as well. Another good thing this device promises is that it can be synced with Google Drive, OneDrive and DropBox. All the files in the MBLOK is private, secure and protected with 128 bit encryption which an added protection aside from the potential risk of having those important documents from the cloud leaked or hacked.

The MBLOK supports the new Bluetooth 4.0 technology and sports a transfer rate of 24megabits per second, this also supports older version of bluetooth. Bluetooth 4.0 helps the device to comsume less energy, the MBLOK is powered by a 550mAH battery which the people behind this claim to last up to 300 hours on a single charge.

The eight people who are developing this tiny gadget here are currently running  a kickstarter campaign asking for backers to raise atleast $120,000 Canadian dollars to deliver this amazing device to the world. As of writing they have about $70,000CAD. To get more information about this product and abou the campaign visit their Kickstarter Page here.

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