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Posted on25. Jun, 2009 by Derek.
Good news for file sharers – the Leyio PSD (Personal Sharing Device) has just been nominated for one of T3 Magazine’s Innovation of the Year awards. Held annually, the T3 awards are highly respected in the technology arena and provide huge publicity for the nominated products.
Competing against the likes of the Google Android, Spotify and TomTom LIVE services (full list of nominees below) , the competition is certainly a tough one. With its innovative UWB (ultra-wideband) radio connectivity for quick and easy transfer of files, photos, music and movies, the Leyio is sure to be in with a fighting chance
If you would like to vote for the Leyio, simply head over to http://awards.t3.com/categories/innovation-of-the-year and cast your vote.
T3 Magazine’s Innovation of the Year awards nominees
- Philips Cinema 21:9
- Google Android
- Navigon 7310
- Samsung LE40B650
- Optoma Pico PK101
- TomTom Live Services
- Microsoft SeaDragon Mobile8
Posted on24. Apr, 2009 by Derek.
With a huge number of portable storage devices in the market today, technology manufacturer Leyio have unveiled a new product that will revolutionise the way we store and share our files.
The Leyio PSD (Personal Sharing Device) consists of a 16GB flash memory drive with 1.5” OLED screen, so you can manage which files you store and share without the need for an external device such as a PC or laptop. Files are stored securely via Leyio’s biometric fingerprint recognition facility, so you can ensure even sensitive information is stored securely on your device.
The device also features a removable 2GB USB shuttle which allows you to upload selected files and share with other USB compliant devices. In addition to this, the Leyio also features a USB port for use with any USB drive, as well as the ability to synchronise with a PC or laptop using the included sync cable, providing added flexibility in how you share your files.
Perhaps the niftiest feature of the Leyio is its integrated Ultra Wide Band (UWB) radio technology, allowing the wireless transmission of files and data between two Leyio devices at transfer speeds of 10Mb/s. With a simple flicking action, the Leyio will initiate the transfer to another Leyio device, making sharing of music, video and data files quick and simple.