Haven't got a clue yet...
Mister Roboto: A nice alternative at a cheaper price would be Kingston Digital 5-in-1 Mobile Companion
My super-cheap Kingston MobileLite G2 had a few issues, but ever since the latest app update for Android 5.x it works absolutely fine with my phone, tablet and laptop, and renders the WD My Passport a pricey me-too product. The G2 even has an ethernet port which the WD hasn't. Add a handful of SD cards and/or USB thumb drives (all solid state), and your backups are infinitely more secure than they'll ever be on a conventional, fast-spinning hard drive (unless I'm very much mistaken and WD throws in a 2TB SSD for $200...).
What's with the 80s Transformers styling?
Sounds like food for a dedicated chapter in "Classic Examples of Marketing Strategies that Horribly Backfired"
Alas, poor Silicon Film! I knew him, Horatio: a projectof infinite jest, of most excellent fancy.I actually held on to my Canon F1 kit until 2004, hoping that one day this project would fly. If somebody would come up with a reliable and affordable version I'd buy a second-hand (third,fourth?) all-manual Nikon FM or Olympus OM-1 system the very same day, just for good ol' times sake.
Why ot iPhone? It's just like an iPhone, but you can't make calls. Oh wait, it's exactly like an iPhone.