Sony's Portable Wireless Server Lets You View, Share, and Store Content from your Smartphone


Sony's Portable Wireless Server Lets You View, Share, and Store Content from your Smartphone

Sony has launched the new Portable Wireless Server (PWS) from Sony.

The PWS offers you more options for wirelessly viewing, sharing, and storing content on the road or at home from their smartphones. It also serves as a battery charger, card read/writer and additional storage, giving users added control when managing data such as photos, videos, music files and office documents.

With a wireless connection, users can transfer content to and from their smartphones via the PWS, and serves as an especially convenient option for consumers using smartphones that don’t have a memory card slot. The PWS is able to connect several devices via Wi-Fi at one time, allowing up to eight users to simultaneously share and playback same (or different) content.

The PWS also functions as a back-up power source for smartphones or digital cameras. Consumers can use the PWS for up to 10 hours of continuous MP3 playback. All controls are managed by the smartphone or tablet through the “PWS Manager” App (available at Google Play or App Store).

The Portable Wireless Server (model WG-C10), will be available from 5th August 2013 onwards at S$129.00.

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