SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick
this would mean that you would have to make a trade-off between connecting to the Internet, or streaming and wirelessly storing your content on the USB drive. Well, not with the Connect Wireless Stick.
To keep things simple, SanDisk managed to find a workaround in the device's antenna design that you could actually connect it to both your device and the Internet at the same time. On that note, you'll still need to download the SanDisk Connect app in order to fully utilize the device.
Once connected on two fronts, the applications we found with it were nearly endless. With a Full HD video loaded onto the drive, we were able to stream the video directly from the Connect Wireless Stick with no frills and stuttering, even from a distance of 20 meters from it. The same story could be told when we connected an additional two devices to the Connect Wireless Stick.
Another more practical application that the Connect Wireless Stick was intended for is the wireless storage of photos taken using our smartphone. The average photos captured on smartphones these days are larger than 2MB, and the ability to wirelessly transfer our photos into an off-site device was heaven-sent, as it also freed up our phone's internal storage.