The device is fairly small but can't connect to Android for some reason
This is the first time I actually hear the moniker Wi-Cap, but I suppose it's a mouthful to say “Wi-Fi-capable / Wireless memory card and card reader hybrid” all the time, day in and day out.The Wi-Cap was developed by Super Talent and can have 8 GB, 16 GB, or 32 GB of storage space.
It also has a micro USB port and the ability to read microSD memory cards.
Basically, it is a Wi-Fi-capable storage hub that can share information with various devices at once.
Unfortunately, if you wanted to use this password-protected thing with your smartphone, you'll have to get in line and hope the future will bring something of the sort.
Right now, only Mac, Windows, and Linux operating systems are compatible. Alas.
A shame, really. 20 MB/s over-the-air isn't so bad at all (10 MB/s for writing).
Super Talent Wi-Cap measures 117 x 60 x 10 mm / 4.6 x 2.32 x 0.39.