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SanDisk Corp., a leading supplier of NAND flash storage solutions, has announced a USB flash drive featuring both a micro-USB and a USB 2.0 connector in a sleek and sturdy form factor designed for both mobile devices and traditional personal computers. The small device allows to free storage space on smartphones and tablets

The SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive provides a convenient way to transfer content from a Google Android-powered smartphone or tablet (which are connected using micro-USB port) to personal computers (which are connected using USB). While other methods of transferring files from a mobile device to a computer require wires, applications or a wireless set-up, the SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive simply needs to be connected to a mobile device supporting USB on-the-go (OTG) to access up to 64GB of ‘plug and play’ storage capacity. Additionally, the drive’s dual USB ports feature a retractable cover, meaning no caps to lose while still keeping the connectors safe.

SanDisk is making content management even easier with the SanDisk Memory Zone app, available for download on Google Play. With the SanDisk Memory Zone app, users are able to better organize files stored on internal and external phone memory for management, viewing, copying and backup – further easing the hassle of freeing up the memory on their mobile device.

“The SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive provides a simple, convenient way to offload and backup files from smartphones and tablets – with the peace of mind that comes with the trusted SanDisk brand. This new drive integrates with SanDisk’s Memory Zone app to make freeing up space on mobile devices simpler than ever, improving the user experience,” said Dinesh Bahal, vice president of product marketing at SanDisk.

The SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive is available worldwide and on www.sandisk.com in 16GB to 64GB capacities carrying MSRPs of $19.99 to $49.99.

Tags: SanDisk, Android, Google, USB, NAND, Flash

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