"We recognized Apple and Android fans could not transfer files or media from two separate brands. This is a concern the iDrive intends to solve.” says Sherrie Householder, COO of Flash Technologies, LLC.
Springfield, Missouri (PRWEB) July 30, 2015
Flash Technologies, LLC ™, a U.S. based Corporation, announced today the launch of their first Kickstarter campaign, to help develop the functionality and performance of Geekbok’s iDrive. GeekBok, a fully owned subsidiary of Flash Technologies, LLC, is always on the cutting edge of innovation, style and use, and with the iDrive’s campaign on Kickstarter, GeekBok is certain to continue this trend.
Geekbok’s iDrive is the world’s first All-In-One USB drive. While it can be used for storing and transferring files from Macs and PCs, the iDrive also has MFI Certified Lightning Connector for Apple devices and a Micro-USB for Android devices, making it possible to share music, movies, photos, and more between all OS devices. “Geekbok knows Apple and Android fans are strictly loyal to their devices, and they’re devoted to the features both brands offer,” says Sherrie Householder, COO of Flash Technologies, LLC. “But we recognized Apple and Android fans could not transfer files or media from two separate brands. This is a concern the iDrive intends to solve.”
Geekbok’s timeline on Kickstarter shows the company took its time with the iDrive’s initial design and prototype production, ensuring the manufacturing would be to Geekbok’s quality and style. From the prototype sketches, it’s clear Geekbok’s choices have paid off. Not only does iDrive’s functionality have universal appeal, its sleek style sets it apart from all other USBs currently on the market. The iDrive is made from recycled aluminum alloy with a matte finish in colors matching iOS Devices including the iPhone 6 and comes with an embossed leather traveling case with key ring for convenient and safe storage, making iDrive a solid choice for anyone regardless of brand loyalty.
The prototype for Geekbok’s iDrive is complete and ready to be backed on Kickstarter. Currently, iDrive’s storage is 32gb, but with a successful Kickstarter campaign, the iDrive’s next production stage includes a 64gb and a 128gb, with rumors of a Pro series that may feature unhackable security measures and ultra high speed up/download speeds. Geekbok has set iDrive’s delivery date for September 2015.