ADATA debuts UC330 Dual USB flash drive

ADATA debuts UC330 Dual USB flash drive

The leading Taiwanese manufacturer of computer memory and flash products ADATA has released the all-new UC330 Dual USB flash drive that features a micro USB interface and a standard USB interface at the same time. Thus the new company product is a perfect solution for people who transfer files from various mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets and more to PCs and vice versa. In addition to that the USB drive comes with a lifetime warranty and On-the-Go (OTG) USB compliance as well as ADATA’s feature-packed OStoGO and UFDtoGO software packages.

The UC330 Dual USB flash drive comes in capacities of 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB and offers a nice zinc alloy chassis with a silver finish. The drive weighs only 3.6 grams and comes with a black end cap fitted with a strap hole so that you can carry the drive around on a lanyard, keychain or neck strap. The cap also fits on either side of its dual-headed USB drive. When not in use the drive stands up on its end and looks like a rocket that is ready for lift-off. Moreover the UC330 Dual USB flash drive offers high water and impact resistance that protects your precious data even better. The drive is easy to use – just plug it into your Android phone or tablet and then copy the files that you want; when done you can connect the UC330 via its integrated standard USB connection to a PC and then copy the files needed. The same procedure is performed when you want to copy files from a PC to a mobile device.

The new drive is on the market now. Sadly there’s no information on how much it costs.

Source: ADATA

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