We love to share information with each other. Photos, videos, and articles can be uploaded and downloaded at a dizzying pace. Of course, most of the time we pass things on through our computer or show them off on our phones, but when you want to present things to a wider audience, say a family reunion or birthday party, it can be a little more difficult.
The best way to get your information transferred is through a flash drive. Can you imagine how easy it would be to use if you had control of it through your phone? It seems the people at bCODA wanted to make sharing as easy as possible, because they made Jak.
It’s no bigger than your standard flash drive, but it can plug into anything with a USB port, connects with up to 20 smartphones, and supports full HD (1920×1080). This means your playlist can go anywhere, a photo slideshow or presentation can be shown at a moments notice, and you friends will be able to access it too. It’ll cost you $50, but this WiFi streaming device is sure to come in handy. The only issue I could foresee is up to 20 people not deciding on what music to listen to, and everyone having a remote to change it.