iKlips miReader 4K, apple, ios

ADAM elements showcases new iKlips card readers

After successful Indiegogo campaigns for earlier products like the iKlips and iKlips DUO, which raised over US $560,000, ADAM elements launches its newest additions to the iKlips family, the iKlips Wizard and the iKlips miReader 4K, which let users expand their iPhone storage with microSD cards.

iKlips Wizard
Like previous iKlips flash drives, the iKlips Wizard lets users expand their iPhone’s or iPad’s storage. In addition, the new model includes a flat-braided 6 cm Lightning to USB-A cable, so that the expanded memory can be enjoyed while charging the iOS device or syncing it with iTunes. Instead of built-in memory, the iKlips Wizard comes with/has a microSD card slot for cards of up to 256 GB. This way, it is no problem to take an entire HD movie collection along on a flight, record hours of 4K video without running out of memory space or work on professional video editing projects on the iPad Pro, and then effortlessly move, copy and share data between the iOS device and other computers. The USB end’s magnetic cap can also be used as an iPhone stand for comfortable video viewing. Thanks to its slim Lightning end, the iKlips Wizard is compatible with even the thickest iPhone and iPad cases. Like all other members of the iKlips family, the new model is fully MFi-certified by Apple as a product made for iPhone and iPad, guaranteeing to comply with strict performance and manufacturing standards. It works with the iKlips app, available for free on the App Store, which manages contacts, photos, music, video data plus backups and transfers. The iKlips Wizard is due to retail for around £59

iKlips miReader 4K
Weighing a mere 5.65 grammes, the iKlips miReader 4K is even more lightweight and compact than the iKlips Wizard. While offering the same microSD storage expansion functionality, it does not come with a built-in cable but can be used with any micro USB cable, for convenient charging and data transfer whenever a micro USB cable is around. In addition to watching 4K movies stored on microSD cards, users can also view their drone, GoPro or DSLR footage on-the-go by just swapping the cards from these gadgets to the miReader 4K, instead of viewing the content on the small preview screens of these devices. The iKlips miReader 4K is due to retail for around £49

The iKlips Wizard and iKlips miReader 4K are available to purchase online from the Taiwan-based ADAM Store and from selected European retailers. They can be bought with or without a microSD card (64 GB or 128 GB) included. The miReader 4K comes with a premium 13 cm micro USB cable.

For more about ADAM elements products, please visit www.adamelements.com.

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