iPocket Drive Brings Portable USB Hard Drive Technology to all Apple Device Users through Indiegogo

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The hard drive, backed by The Power Company, allows easy data transfer from iPhones and iPads and music and movie streaming without an Internet connection

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Users of Apple products have always had the best in terms of product functionality, but this is one function that they have been missing out on for years. The iPD is the personal and private USB hard drive of the future.

iPocket Drive, a portable USB hard drive for the Apple iPhone, iPad, and iTouch devices, will launch a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo beginning on December 2, 2014 in hopes of raising $5,000. The device, available in 8, 16, 32, 64, & 128GB, provides Apple users with all the benefits of an on-the-go hard drive that is compatible with everything from iPhones to iPads to Mac & PC computers. The Power Company, the company behind iPD, has previously had two successful campaigns on Indiegogo with the latest being the Smart Card, a wallet-sized charger for iPhone and Android devices.

iPD is a mini-hard drive that comes with an integrated Apple Lightning connector and a regular USB connector. The portable device can be used to conveniently transport any file from one device to another without the use of an Internet connection. It supports native Apple iOS file types and all of the common file types in use today such as .zip, .rar, .jpg and more. This is brand new technology that has not been available to Apple iPhone users until recently.

“Users of Apple products have always had the best in terms of product functionality,” iPD creator and The Power Company founder Gene Aikens said. “But this is one function that they have been missing out on for years. The iPD is the personal and private USB hard drive of the future.”

Users of iPD can save memory on their devices and cut down on data usage by storing music and movies on the hard drive. It allows users to free up space on their devices, but still have them at their fingertips. Both music and movies can be streamed directly from the iPD to an Apple iPhone, iPad, or iTouch without using cellular data, the devices memory, or having to sync with online servers. This makes iPD a convenient solution for those who travel on planes frequently, or have limited data plans.

iPD also provides Apple users a storage solution that does not involve cloud use. Personal and sensitive files can be securely stored or transferred to other devices without having to trust that private data with the cloud, and kept securely in your pocket or in a secure place at your home. This makes file transfer simpler, safer, and faster than Cloud use.

The 64GB & 128GB iPD models have enough storage to backup an entire hard drive on your mac or PC. And if that isn’t enough functionality you can also use the iPD as a cable to charge your iPhone or iPad 100% from any USB outlet. All that functionality and it fits right in your pocket.

The Indiegogo campaign for iPD will go live on December 2, 2014. The first contributors to the campaign can receive their own iPD for just $59, a $20 discount from the eventual retail price. Package deals of several iPD’s will also be available for discounted prices. To learn more about iPD and the Indiegogo campaign, please visit http://bit.ly/iPocketDriveLP.

ABOUT THE POWER COMPANY

The team behind The Power Company spans five countries, four languages, and has more than 34 years of experience. It is headed by Gene Aikens, product designer and president. The Power Company focuses on producing smartly-designed electronics that simplify daily technology use, all while fitting neatly in a wallet, or pocket. The company’s premier product is the Smart Card, a wallet-sized iPhone and Android charger. Smart Card was successfully funded on Indiegogo early in 2014, ultimately raising more than $63,000. It is now a part of Indiegogo’s Forever Funding program and still available for contributions. Learn more at http://www.thepower.company/.

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