Flash drives have come a long way since being introduced 2001, not only have the sizes become larger but the prices have fallen drastically.
And now the newest evolution of flash drives is they can be wireless.
These new wifi flash drives can talk to any wireless device such as a smartphone, tablet, or laptop and transmit files on the fly. They also can be used as they always have through a USB port.
They do need to be charged by being plugged into a USB port and have varying charge times from 2-10 hours of constant use. The charge will hold longer while in standby mode.
Here are two such drives made by SanDisk 32 and a 64 Gigabyte wireless flash drives
SanDisk Connect 32GB Wireless Flash Drive For Smartphones And Tablets- SDWS2-032G-E57
SanDisk Connect 64GB Wireless Flash Drive For Smartphones And Tablets- SDWS2-064G-E57