Thursday, September 5

Sony releases the WG-C20, a more portable 2nd gen Wireless Server for your Smartphone

Remember the crazy WCG-10 wireless server from Sony? They have released a successor to it, but it now looks a lot slimmer, just like the Xperia devices. At first glance one would think it is actually the back of a Xperia device. A quick recap of what it does it, it's a portable solution that can connect wirelessly to your smartphone and back-up files, or even let you access the files already in the server and play it back. Pretty interesting concept, that is possibly better explained in a video The main features of the new Sony WG-C20 are - Just slip in an SD card to wirelessly play and share content NFC for easy one-touch wireless connection with your phone Charges your smartphone or tablet’s battery Play content on DLNA-enabled TVs or home audio devices Share files with up to 8 other wireless users simultaneously, with easy, secure access control Slim, colourful looks style-matched to new Xperia™ phone In a nutshell, the WG-C20 is all about storing your photos wirelessly, with a portable solution. Now that the new one is extremely slimmer(9mm) than the old WCG-10, the product makes much more sense for continuous back up or just wireless streaming. This is also the first Sony ...