PNY releases Duo-Link OU2 flash drive

PNY releases Duo-Link OU2 flash drive

The rise of numerous mobile devices and the popularity of USB flash drives have given birth to a new class of digital devices – USB flash drives that come with two connectors that make them compatible with both mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones and PCs. The PNY Duo-Link OU2 is one such device.

The new PNY Duo-Link OU2 is an exceptionally slim and light gadget. Weighing just 3.8 grams, the new PNY product measures 31(H) x 4.5(W) x 12(L) mm and comes with a convenient cap that protects the USB device from dust, water and scratches, while ensuring that your files are safe and secure. A specially designed strip hope allows the owner to loop it around a string and then carry it around as a lanyard or attached to bags, wallets and key chains. The main purpose of the new device is to allow transfer of videos, music and photos from, to and between compatible Android devices, while the included USB 2.0 connector enables fast and easy storage and movement of files between desktop and laptop computers. The new flash drive can also serve as temporary storage space for files from computers and Android-enabled tablets and smartphones.

The new PNY Duo-Link OU2 is compatible with Android 4.0 and later versions as well as mobile devices that run this OS and all Windows and Mac operating systems. The drive is available in capacities from 8 GB to 64 GB and comes with a 2-year warranty. Pricing is unknown.

Source: PNY

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