“Smart” charging cable Meem backs up data while charging smartphone
Many users store on their iPhone and iPad important information, ranging from contacts in a phone book and a photo and ending with a carefully selected collection of video and audio recordings. A backup procedure if to perform this operation purposefully are not all owners of mobile devices. But according to statistics lose their mobile phones often enough, and with them, often irrevocably lost, and all the content.
To always have on hand the carrier with the most relevant copy information from your mobile device, the company has developed Meem Memory upgraded cables standards Lightning and micro-USB called Meem.
The main difference Meem when compared with complete a full-time accessory is a cable mounted in a acid-green storage capacity 16 and 32 GB designed for data backup.
Copying or rewriting content from your mobile device to Meem may automatically occur each time you connect the cable to the electronics to charge the battery or transfer information to your computer. In General, the execution of “backup” implies that users simply insert into the connector of your smartphone or tablet just plug, leaving no need for connecting the other end of the wire.
Modify default settings and manage your mobile archive will take responsibility mobile app. To worry about privacy just caught up on the media Meem does not make sense, so as to limit access of third parties have built-in protection of the copied information with a password.
This simple, at first glance, but the invention will cost care about the integrity and security of information a potential buyer a minimum of 50 euros. For this sum it is proposed to pre-order the 16-Gigabyte version for Android Meem. The announced price for the iOS model with the minimum 32GB is 75 euros.