When it concerns mobile devices, space tends to come at a premium. With so many great and useful apps available, the gradual decline of free space is inevitable. It doesn’t leave much left over for photos, music, or video. And with the recent murmurings of the Samsung Galaxy S5 to release with only half of its internal storage actually free for user content, storage space is even more important.
Kingston, a renowned leader in memory products, has recently announced their latest solution for mobile storage woes. The DataTraveler microDuo is a combination USB and microUSB flash drive that works with PCs, laptops, and Android tablets and smartphones.
With the DataTraveler microDuo, users can ditch their on-the-go (OTG) cable used with standard USB flash drives. The Micro USB tip plugs straight into the charging ports of tablets and smartphones for instant memory expansion. The dual interface makes it easy to quickly transfer data between computers or mobile devices with USB 2.0 speed.
Equipped with a key loop, the Kingston DataTraveler microDuo can attach to keys and be carried everywhere. Whether it’s for offloading photos and video, storing entire libraries of music, or emergency backup, the extra space is a boon to anyone who has felt their mobile device to be packed to the brim.
The DataTraveler microDuo is available in 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB capacities.