Okay server is a bit of a loaded name for it, but Sony is set to launch their newest portable wireless server, the WG-C20. Measuring only 9mm thick, this slim device supports up to eight simultaneous connections and comes with a USB port (for reading USB flash drive or portable HDD), an SD memory card slot, NFC pairing function, DLNA support.
The product has a built-in 3000mAh lithium-ion polymer battery (can be functioned as a power bank for charging mobile devices) and built-in WiFi connectivity. The WG-C20 will begin shipping from October 25th for 10,000 Yen (about $102) in black, white and purple color options.
Main specifications of "WG-C20"
IEEE802.11b/g/n (2.4GHz) Access point mode, client mode
Input and output terminal
USB A port (Hi-Speed USB) USB microB port (Hi-Speed USB) SD memory card slot
USB A port output
DC 5V, 1.5A (maximum)
USB microB port input
DC 5V, 1.0A (maximum)
Built-in battery capacity
3,000 mAh ※ 5 (lithium-ion polymer battery)
Continuous use time
10 hours ※ 9 maximum
※"File Manager" is available for download from Google Play ™.
Supports scheduled for iOS 6.0-7.0.2
※corresponding time TBD
7 SP1 or later Windows 8, Windows, Windows Vista SP2 or later, Windows XP SP3 or later Mac OS X10.6 or later