Having Apple devices that can all sync together makes life quite easy. However, should you want to transfer any documents, music, videos, or pictures, you have to pull out some sort of cord and wait for the two to sync up. The best solution for a scenario such as this would be to use is a flash drive so you can plop files where you want them quickly and efficiently, but that hasn’t been compatible with iOS devices up until now.
The HyperDrive iFlashDrive makes sure you don’t ever have to worry about untangling cords to transfer files from your iPhone or iPad anymore. It carries an Apple-approved 30-pin dock connector to pair up your iDevice as an external storage. It works in either direction, and can be used as a regular 8GB, 16GB, or 32GB flash drive when not plugged into an iDevice. It will work with Mac OS, Windows PC, and Linux. However, being priced around $111, I think I’d rather tangle with the cords.