A company named Fasetto unveiled a new storage device named The Link.

They first showed a prototype of the device back at CES last year and this year they have finally unveiled the final version of that device, which provides up to 2TB of storage over a WiFi connection to your smartphone, camera, or another compatible device for streaming video, images, and audio on the go.

It’s basically a NAS for anywhere in the world.

Inside you will find a Samsung NVMe SSD along with an octa-core 2.1GHz Exynos 7420 processor, with WiFi, Bluetooth, and USB Type-C connections for charging and wired data transfer.

You can also fit it with an optional LTE module, allowing you to turn it into a cellular hotspot.

This whole thing is two inches wide and one inch high, it’s also IP68 waterproof and shock resistant and weighs just 3 ounces.

The 2TB version will be priced at $1,149 and the 256GB model will be priced at $349. Both will be available in Spring 2017, however, you can pre-order one today.

Source: Fasetto

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