- News tagged "flash drive"
Wednesday, 29 Apr 2015
Patriot has announced a new dual-sided USB Type-C/Type-A flash drive targeted at users of the new Macbook and other devices that use the next-generation USB Type-C ports. There's compatibility with Type-A ports too, so users can transfer data seamlessly between their new and old devices!
Tuesday, 21 Apr 2015
The new SanDisk Dual USB Type-C flash drive is a nifty USB flash drive that features dual connectors for standard USB 3.0 and USB Type-C.
Wednesday, 31 Dec 2014
USB 3.1's been announced for awhile now but currently, there's been nothing that uses the tech. That's set to change early next year at CES.
Tuesday, 8 Jul 2014
Running out of storage on your Android device? You can either get a USB OTG flash drive or buy a larger capacity memory card (that is, if your device supports it). And Kingston has just released two such products.
Monday, 31 Mar 2014
Local company Arqain is set to release Triden, a USB multi-tool that enables charging of your mobile devices or storing and viewing of content anywhere via your Android devices or PCs. It also features a built-in microSD card reader which lets you add more storage space.
Tuesday, 25 Feb 2014
SanDisk has announced its Ultra Dual USB Drive that houses both a micro-USB and a USB 2.0 connector, and its Extreme Pro USB 3.0 flash drive which offers professional-grade performance with speeds up to 60 times faster than standard USB 2.0 drives.
Wednesday, 8 Jan 2014
In addition to Raptor gaming gear, Graphite and Obsidian chassis, and cooling solutions, Corsair has also introduced the Flash Voyager Go USB 3.0 flash drive.
Thursday, 2 Jan 2014
Four months after Verbatim introduced its OTG USB3.0 drive, the company has announced its OTG Tiny USB3.0 drive.
Tuesday, 31 Dec 2013
The new drive not only plugs to your PC's USB port, it also works with the Micro-USB on your Android mobile device. It offers read and write speeds of up to 67MBps and 24MBps (over the USB 3.0 interface) individually, and is backward compatible with USB 2.0 and 1.1 standards.
Thursday, 19 Dec 2013
Despite its minute size, the Atom retains USB 3.0 extreme performance while exercising low power consumption. Backwards compatible with USB 2.0 and 1.1 standards, the new flash drive lets you plug and leave it in the USB port while working on-the-go without obstruction.