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Review: Leef iAccess iOS microSD Reader

iAccess sports a more basic white plastic casing rather than the matte rubber and black plastic casing of the iBridge, although it uses the same curved design that folds under the attached iOS device — a nice touch that allows it to be connected and used much less obtrusively than many other similar devices we’ve seen — and comes in a little bit shorter than the iBridge at 1.6” long. We especially like the fact that Leef thoughtfully designed iAccess to be case compatible — an important feature in a device that you’ll realistically want to carry around with you and insert on the go. While you’re not necessarily going to be able to insert it into rugged cases, we found that it fit without any issues at all when your iPhone was encased in most standard protective cases such as the Speck CandyShell.

A microSD card slot is placed at the bottom of the iAccess, where it curves under, providing easy access to inserting and removing cards without too much fumbling. Inserting a microSD card is just a matter of pushing it in until it clicks; the card will insert all the way into the iAccess, sitting flush and not protruding at all. Removing the card involves pushing it in again to eject it, in a manner similar to many other SD card slots. iAccess omits the USB port found on iBridge, although users with SD card readers on their computers can still simply move the microSD cards back and forth between the iAccess and their Mac or PC.

The iAccess package includes only the accessory itself, which contains no internal memory, so you’ll need to supply your own microSD card to use it — capacities from 8GB to 128GB are supported. While it would have been nice to see at least one small microSD card included to get users started, the pricing is not unreasonable considering that the entry-level iBridge starts at $60 for a 16GB model, and 16GB microSD cards can be purchased for $10 or less. Further, iAccess gives users the option of using any microSD cards they already have, and since the device seems to be marketed to users of action cameras and drones that use this format, we can see some value in keeping the price down by allowing users to supply their own microSD card rather than bundling something that many users might not need.

As with many recent iOS accessories, the strength of Leef’s iAccess lies in the design of its app, and as we mentioned in our review of the iBridge, Leef has done a very good job here — the company’s Mobile Memory app is one of the best we’ve seen for iOS memory solutions. While it doesn’t have every bell and whistle, it does a great job providing all of the necessary functions you would need, with a clean and straightforward user interface. The app remains basically the same as from our earlier review, so we won’t go over it all again here, although it’s worth mentioning that in addition to the ability to transfer files, view and play back content, and take photos directly to the iBridge and iAccess devices, you can now also record video directly onto the memory card – a nice addition that will make both of Leef’s memory devices even more useful for users of lower capacity iPhones or who might otherwise be tight on available storage.

iAccess is a nice addition to Leef’s mobile storage devices for iOS users, and provides a great alternative for users who prefer removable storage — it provides a very affordable storage option for anybody who already has a collection of microSD cards laying around. At the entry level, the cost for the iAccess and equivalent storage is comparable to the iBridge, while at the high end you could actually come out quite a bit ahead — the 128GB iBridge sells for $200, while you can purchase 128GB microSD cards for as little as $50 on Amazon, bringing the total price of a 128GB iAccess configuration to half the price of the equivalent iBridge, while also providing the ability to more easily change out the storage. Even Leef sells its own standard class 10 microSD cards for considerably less, with a 64GB card coming in at $36, making the total price of a 64GB iAccess $86 versus the $120 price tag of the 64GB iBridge.

At the end of the day, however, both devices are targeted at slightly different audiences; the included USB connector gears iBridge toward users who want to quickly and easily transfer data back and forth from just about any Mac or PC and their iOS devices, while iAccess focuses on removable storage, making it easy to get your action cam shots onto your iPhone or iPad, or keep a larger collection of movies and other videos handy on removable media. Either way, however, unless you really need the USB capabilities that iBridge offers, there’s no doubt that iAccess provides more bang for your buck.

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Leef Bridge Dual-USB/MicroUSB Flash Drive Does Not Discriminate Between PCs and Smartphones

In today's world of widespread broadband and increasingly ubiquitous WiFi, some people frankly balk at the thought of using flash drives. Those of us who ignore the naysayers still have had to accept the reality that our trusty flash drives that proved so useful while we sat at PCs aren't quite as useful when transitioning to smartphones. A 32GB flash drive filled with music is awesome when I want to pump music from my laptop, but it's a brick when I want to listen through my phone instead. This is why the new Leef Bridge flash drive for Android devices, Macs, and PCs is a pretty big deal, despite coming in a small package.

Leef Bridge is the first flash drive that can be plugged into both computers and Android devices. The usual USB connector sticks out of one end while a microUSB connector is tucked inside, facing in the opposite direction. Users simply slide out the port that they wish to use, similar to the SanDisk Cruzer models that have flooded the market for years now.

 

The drive is compatible with Android devices with support for USB OTG running Android 4.1 or higher. This unfortunately excludes the Nexus 4, which lacks the former requirement. But when we plugged the Leef Bridge into a Galaxy Note II, Samsung's file browser opened automatically, just as we would expect if we were to plug the same drive into a PC.

Like traditional flash drives, Leef Bridge does not transfer files between devices faster than using a dedicated cable. If you're never out of reach from a solid WiFi connection or 4G signal, you may lack the particular itch that this device scratches. That said, an internet connection doesn't hug us all as closely. Sometimes a flash drive is more reliable than a wireless signal and easier to carry than yet another bundled-up cable. There's also a certain comfort I get owning a 64GB flash drive when my primary computer, a Chromebook Pixel, only has 32GB of internal memory to work with.

Leef Bridge is initially available for purchase in the USA from Leef directly or from Amazon for a suggested retail price of $17.99 for the 16GB model and $28.99 for the 32GB model. The pricing for the 64GB model, which is expected in stock in July, will be announced upon availability. The Leef Bridge isn't too expensive, but it's admittedly still cheaper just to invest in a USB OTG cable if convenience isn't a necessity.

SAN FRANCISCO (June 25, 2013) – Leef Technology today announced Leef BridgeTM, the first USB flash drive for file sharing between Android phones and tablets, Macs and PCs. Leef Bridge is a simple, innovative USB flash drive that allows users to easily transfer files to other devices without the need for cables, cloud services, Wi-Fi or any type of data connection.

Leef Bridge features a micro USB connector and full-size USB connector that access the same memory so users can share content, photos, videos, music and documents to and from any compatible device. The memory utilized within Leef Bridge has fast read and write speeds to ensure slick video and music playback directly from the USB drive, without the interruptions or delays that accompany low-grade USB flash drive products. Designed in California by the Leef design team, Leef Bridge boasts a unique design featuring an exposed slide-and-lock tray, which enables users to easily switch to the USB connector appropriate for their device connection.

“Leef Bridge represents a major technical achievement,” said Jonny Anderson, partner and director of product design at Leef. “With all products we develop, we want them to represent something people want to own, for their functionality, design and style. Leef Bridge makes managing content on a phone as simple as plugging in a USB flash drive. It is really a life hack product.”

Leef Bridge is currently compatible with mobile devices operating Android Jelly Bean OS 4.1 or higher and a micro USB On-The-Go (OTG) connector. Metago, the company behind ASTRO File Manager – the most downloaded content management application in the Android ecosystem – has teamed up with Leef to release an updated version of their app that provides users with a seamless experience using Leef Bridge and ASTRO File Manager.

Instructions to download the app from Google Play are included on Leef’s product packaging. Although ASTRO File Manager is not required to be able to use Leef Bridge, it is recommended by the Leef design team for its intuitive file management system.

Leef Bridge is the latest addition to the company’s product set, which includes quality USB flash drives that demonstrate a variety of innovative materials and design features. The company’s approach to design was recognized in 2012 by PC Magazine – Russian Edition, which awarded Leef Fuse – the first patented USB drive with magnetic closure – “Best of the Year 2012” in the flash drive category.

Availability and Pricing

Leef Bridge is initially available for purchase in the USA at www.amazon.com and www.2Leef.com for a suggested retail price of $17.99 for the 16GB model and $28.99 for the 32GB model. The pricing for the 64GB model, which is expected in stock in July, will be announced upon availability.

In addition, Leef Bridge is available for purchase at leading retailers in several international markets, including Russia, Asia and Central Europe.

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Anna picks up her life-long, as a girl discouraged ambition to write. Preparing to the autobiographic formula of her favorite author, she taps into her, her ma's and two daughters' love and family life as well as her professional experience as midwife. Pondering these, mixed up with gore fantasy, only stirs past and present tension for all concerned. Written by KGF Vissers

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Director Willem van de Sande Bakhuyzen had already been diagnosed with terminal cancer when the movie was shot. Co-director Jean van de Velde was attracted to replace him if there would be a need for that. Van de Sande Bakhuysen did manage to complete the movie, but he died one day before its release. See more »
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