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ADATA DashDrive Air AE400 Review

Wireless storage is becoming increasingly popular, I cannot tell you how many wireless hard drives we saw at CES this year.  Wireless storage is great as you do not need to be physically connected to the drive to access it and think about how many wireless devices you have in your house.  How many of those devices do you take with you on a daily basis?  For me I take my laptop, iPhone and Kindle with me everywhere.  With limited storage space on these devices I want to be able to take my media with me and access it from all of these devices…at the same time.  We have already taken a look at devices like Kingston’s Wi-Drive and Patriot’s Gauntlet Node that give you this ability.  Each device has its limitations though.  Today we are taking a look at a device from ADATA that everyone should add to their mobile arsenal.  The DashDrive Air is a wireless storage reader and power bank that gives you that mobile storage as well as the ability to charge your devices and so much more!  Read on as we take a look!

Special thanks to ADATA for providing us with the DashDrive Air AE400 to review.

Since there is no official product page up for the AE400 we do not have any official specifications yet.

Packaging
The DashDrive Air AE400 comes in ADATA’s retail packaging.  The front is open so you can take a look at the device before you buy it.  There is also a listing of some of the main functions which include: card reader, wireless transfer and power bank.  On the back there is more information about the unit and a QR code that will take you to a page to register the device.

ADATA DashDrive Air AE400 ADATA DashDrive Air AE400

Opening the box up and getting everything out you have the DashDrive Air AE400 unit, USB cable and user’s guide.

ADATA DashDrive Air AE400

For a full unboxing and overview of the AE400 check out our video below.

Bob Buskirk
the authorBob Buskirk
About 10 years of computer experience. Been messing around with electronics since I was 5, got into computers when I was in highschool, been modding them ever since then. Very interested in how things work and their design.
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