Panasonic Japan announced the DY-PS10 Pocket Server, a palm-sized device with WiFi designed to stream media content wirelessly to your iPhone or iPod touch. Works like Kingston’s Wi-Drive, but the Pocket Server has no built-in storage and offers SD/SDHC/SDXC card slot instead. The device is intended for use with Panasonic’s DIGA DVD/Blu-ray recorders. Users can connect the Pocket Server to a compatible DIGA recorder for storing videos and then to iPhone/iPod touch wirelessly.
The Panasonic DY-PS10 supports WiFi 802.11b/g with WPA2 and WEP security. It supports H.264, MP4, MP3 and JPEG files. It has built-in rechargeable battery and offers mini USB connection for charging and file transfer. The device measures 117mm x 13mm x 66.8mm and weighs just 82g.
Panasonic will release the DY-PS10 Pocket Server on 15 September for 14,800 Yen ($189).