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Preserving Precious Family Memories with the SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick

Making Your Life Easier

There are few products that come along that will truly make life easier. The SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick is one of them. If you're a parent, I can pretty much guess what takes up the most space on your phone. Pictures. Pictures. And more pictures. It pains me to admit that my last phone was maxed out on photos. Literally and completely. {I know some of you are nodding your heads in picture-hoarding agreement. I get it. But it's going to be okay, as you'll soon see!}

You, too, can take your own "before and after" shots,
then store those on your Wireless Stick, too!

Preserve Precious Memories Along with Storage Space

Pictures of Aunt Marge's birthday, Grandma Jean's retirement, your baby's first steps, your son's first day of Kindergarten, the Senior Prom, family vacation, the big football game, hockey action shots, the momentous college drop-off and everything in between occupy a space in your heart…and on your phones and hard drives. Life flies by at the speed of light and your snap-happy self is trying not to let a single memory slip by. I SO know!

Keep memories as fresh as the day you made them!

A Newcomer to Techy Town

Back to that notion of life slipping by at the speed of light...this is why you're going to be so glad to know there's a newcomer to techy town that's about to change it all. Take back your priceless storage on your phone and hard drive. Stop stockpiling all of those pictures you can't bring yourself to delete and transfer them effortlessly with the SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick. You're going to love how simple it is to keep everything organized and in one place. Better yet, you can easily share any picture you wish with Aunt Marge, Grandma Jean, the entire prom-crew and more. Watch the SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick in action, to get a feel for how truly easy it is to use!

Yes, keep those memories in your heart
but also keep them in your back pocket!

No More Cables or Cords!

Best of all, as the wireless name implies, you'll have no more fumbling and bumbling with cables or cords to transfer data. {If you even have the cord with you when you need it.} No-siree! Just a quick flip of the "on" button and you are ready to transfer wirelessly {read effortlessly}. The only time you ever need to plug the wireless stick in is to charge it.

Preserve moments of victory and of perseverance, too!

SanDisk Removes All the Guesswork!

Honestly folks, the only thing that would make this easier would be if the SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick could remove itself from the package and plug itself in to charge. SanDisk took all of the guesswork out of this and they provide simple, step-by-step directions on how to use it. After I charged it up, I had photos transferred almost at the speed of light. Not bad for a self-proclaimed non-techy person!

Action shots and even video can be stored on your Wireless Stick!

Here are some of the product's features:

Comes in 16, 32, 64 and 128 GB options.

Wirelessly save and access your photos, videos and files.

Stream HD movies and music to up to 3 devices at the same time {Yes, I know…if my kids were younger, I could stream a video to all three of their devices at the same time during long travels!}

Connect wirelessly or simply plug into a USB port and get up to 128GB.

{You might wish to sit down for this one…} Compatible with iPad, iPhone, Kindle Fire, Android devices and PC and Mac computers. {I told you!} Yes, folks, it's true, the SanDisk Wireless Stick speaks the same language of all of your devices. How nice is that?

Auto sync with the option to delete transferred content (helps you secure your content and keep your phone's memory free every time you connect your Wireless Stick).

Play all popular non-native video formats.

Here are some of the benefits you'll experience:

No more being tied to cables or cords. {Set yourself free!}

The ability to take as many pictures as you'd like on your phone, knowing you'll be able to easily transfer them to your SanDisk drive, without compromising space. If you are a parent who takes as many pictures as I do, you're going to love this!

You can get as snap-happy as you'd like with none of the guilt!

No more frantically deleting beloved photos in order to make room for more photos at that piano recital! Thanks goodness!

Capture the momentous drop-off and keep those
pictures stored safely for future generations.

Want to Get This Gem for 30% Off?

If you're convinced the SanDisk Wireless Stick is for you {and really, it's for EVERYONE}, go get yours now at 30% off. That's just being smart. This limited-time offer will provide you a discount on a 64 GB stick. You'll store a whole lot of memories on that!

Wireless Sticks for Everyone

Now... to keep my husband from snagging my Wireless Stick. With the 30% savings, get one for each of your family members. They're great for college students, too! I can't even wait to see how it's going to make things easier with documents, files and resources for Kidlutions! That's a whole other story, though!

We'll see you next time! In the meantime, you self-proclaimed photogs keep your snap-happy selves more organized and never delete another cherished photo to free up space on your phone! I'll be doing the same!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of SanDisk . The opinions and text are all mine.

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