Has anyone tried a wireless SSD to keep nearby at all times, for accessing important data but being able to avoid the plug-in routine? I love my 2014 MBA with only 128gb. Been considering options to increase to 512 only since I'd like to put my music & photos collection onto the MBA w/o having to constantly connect a spinning external HD, which I have and use often, but find myself then having to plug in the MBA for power so as to not drain my battery too quickly that day. A wired SSD drive is surely an option now that prices have come down and which would use up much less power during idle time, but again that's something to carry & plug in, etc. https://superuser.com/questions/589709/power-consumption-ssd-vs-hdd The Transcend JetDrive Lite is an option at $200, but I want more than 284gb total. An option like buying a pre-owned 2013/2014 MBA with maxed-out OEM storage is an option, then selling my MBA, but there are all kinds of trade-offs I'd like to avoid there, including migrating away from an MBA I *know* is solid. An option like DropBox or other cloud storage at ~$99/year wouldn't work since I'd rather avoid the lag, plus I'm not always around a wireless connection and plus I don't want to drain my iPhone's battery & dataplan via tethering. An option like replacing the OEM SSD would work, but I'd sure like to avoid the $350-500 if I could, which made me start investigating the state of wireless SSD's...charge it up and use it wirelessly occasionally. I believe I could live with the transfer speed reduction but would only know when I tried it. Have yet to find a good option with high ratings at Amazon or other places, as it seems this is just too new yet. As 1 & 2-star ratings are almost 50% for options like this, I'm just not feeling ready to dive in, even if $150 is more than justifiable to me for 2TB: https://www.amazon.com/Passport-Wir...ords=my+passport+wireless+ssd#customerReviews So has anyone dived into the world of wireless SSD's and willing to share their experiences? Or does anyone have other options to consider for me getting onto some easily-accessible & mobile 512gb storage? Thanks!