Hello to you all, Here I present a milestone, Our team have been working on a device which is very common now but carries important data and files it is a USB Pendrive/flash drive but not an ordinary… USB Pendrive/flash meet WiFi! Yes, with the magic of ESP 32 we have crafted MAYPOLE looks and also behaves like a USB flash memory stick. But it has a secret. Thanks to the ESP32 at its heart, it also lets you transfer files over a 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi connection to and from an onboard MicroSD card with room for up to 32 GB of data. Which means, of course, that it’s not just you who can transfer files this way. Configured appropriately, Maypole turns any USB port into a hub for wireless collaboration.

Please have a look at it and let us know what your views are and how can we improve it and more, we are open to suggestion. Also, subscribe to know the announcement of our product launch.

by udit_1606
October 29, 2020

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