Hands On: Brinell Tower - USB Stick Controlled by Android

We also got some hands on time with the Brinell Tower. Now this is a USB stick, but not your average USB stick. It can work with Android by using an Android app on your smartphone or tablet. It connects to a tower via a dock and tower can be connected to via WiFi for remote file sharing. The tower also has a rechargeable battery, and is available in a slew of colors. Being able to remotely share files with a device that's this small is pretty impressive, and something you don't see everyday. The tower will be available for €219.00. While the tiny USB stick is going for €89.00. The dock and USB stick weigh in at about 105 grams, making for a lightweight companion. There is also a 2600mAh battery inside, which is larger than some smartphone batteries. So it should definitely keep going for a few days. You can find out more about the Brinell Tower at their website. It's a really cool product, and one that I can't wait to check out and have more time with.

You can see many of the colors that the Brinell Tower is available in, it's definitely small and stylish, in the gallery down below.

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