The Kingston Wi-Drive 64GB ships in a small, light weight box with details and an image on the front. The capacity is listed top right.
Inside the box, is a user manual, USB cable and the drive, protected inside a soft felt bag.
The drive is very slim and around the size of a smartphone. The Kingston company logo is featured in grey at the top of the chassis, alongside the product name underneath. We love the appearance of the unit, the glossy piano black finish is very attractive, although it does attract finger prints easily.
iPad, iPad 2, iPad (3rd Gen), iPad (4 Gen)
(3G is limited to iOS 5.1.1+)
Kindle Fire, Kindle Fire HD
Android (2.2 and up)
As we mentioned earlier in the review, the Wi-Drive is battery powered. It is charged via the USB port and a direct connection to a computer (works with PC and Macintosh).
It can be difficult to relate to the size of a device via an image on a website, so we took a picture next to a Kingston DT Ultimate 64GB USB 3.0 Flash drive. The Wi-Drive measures 121.5mm x 61.8 mm x 9.8 mm.