SanDisk announces dual USB drive for mobile devices and PC

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SanDisk LogoAlthough smartphones and tablets are quite versatile for everyday lives, there isn’t really an effective way to move large amounts of data on and off those mobile devices. Sure, there’s cloud storage, but moving GBs of files to your cloud and then downloading it takes a bit of time. Direct wireless connections don’t help much with PCs, and USB cables are so passe.

How about a dual-purpose USB drive? SanDisk, a leader in flash storage products, has recently announced their latest (and quite possibly greatest) flash drive. The SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive features both Micro USB and USB 2.0 connectors to work with Android devices as well as computers and laptops.

SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive tabletSmall, powerful, and convenient is what describes this SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive. No on-the-go (OTG) cables are needed either, as has been typical practice for using flash media with smartphones and tablets.

It’s built right into the drive itself. This SanDisk drive lets users transfer data easily between mobile devices and computers at home or the office.

Although the SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive doesn’t require any special software, it does integrate with SanDisk’s Memory Zone app for easy management, viewing, or backup. This dual drive is also tiny enough to fit in the small inner pocket of your favorite pair of jeans.

The SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive also features a retractable cover, so skip worrying about losing any caps at all. You can get yours right now in either 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB capacities at

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