Lima: The Kickstarter Project That Is Going To Kill Dropbox

Today, most people have files everywhere. Individual pieces of content spread across multiple devices. So they spend a lot of time just figuring out where their documents are. And they keep moving their files to-and-from tiny Cloud folders. We’re looking at you DropBox.

So a crafty company has decided to solve this problem, from its root by redesigned the way your devices store data, from the ground up. With Lima, your devices work as a group. They all contain exactly the same files. Just like if they were one single, unique device.

  • Play with exactly the same content at all times, no matter which device you’re using.
  • Put thousands of movies on your iPad, even if you bought a small one.
  • Watch family pictures on your connected TV, without having to transfer them.
  • Share confidential folders with your colleagues without sending them to the Cloud companies.
  • Send documents instantaneously.

Lima is a small adapter that acts like the brain of your devices. It enables you to transform your old USB drives into a special memory, common to your smartphone, tablet and computers. Install Lima, and your devices will start storing all of their content in this common memory, at Home.

It’s fairly easy: just connect Lima to your Home Internet and connect a USB drive to Lima. Install the Lima app on all your devices, and you’re good to go.

With Lima, your devices are a team. They do not keep any content for themselves anymore. All your documents, music, pictures and videos are stored in the same place.

So your iPhone contains exactly the same things as your laptop, even if it doesn’t have the same size. Your devices are just like frames, through which you can see exactly the same content, at all times.

Now, whenever you’re connected to Internet, it’s just like all your devices had exactly the same size: the size of your Lima. The initial size of your devices doesn’t matter anymore.

Even if you have the tiniest of smartphones, you can put all your content in your pocket. And even if you bought the smallest of iPads, you’ll have all your movies on it.

We like the idea so much that we backed it ourselves. Now it is your turn.

Buy now: $79.00

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