For those travelers and picture takers, here is a device that most Android and tablet users can keep around to use to save headache! What I mean is being somewhere and needing to take those memorable pictures and having no room to take them! The choice is to start deleting, possibly great pictures, or pass on the moemts, which both are unneccessary these days. The Kingston DataTraveler microDuo 3.0 is a nifty little USB 3.0 drive that expands storage for tablets and smartphones with USB OTG (On-The-Go) support. OTG technology is great for backing up files, photos, videos and more and for sharing with other mobile devices and PCs easier than using and signing into cloud services.
With the ability to quickly transfer and back up files, photos and videos from my smartphone and tablets, this microUSB drive frees up the space when needed. I can easily and quickly transfer that data to my computer at USB 3.0 speeds or access it from another portable device without using USB cables, cards, Wi-Fi, or some other confusing and drawn out process. With the DataTraveler being so small, it is easy to carry around and even includes a carry strap. Consider it a digital key to photog freedom!
This is perfect for those looking for expansion ports for additional memory, storage of large files for travel, or just to make extra space for picture on a trip. The DT microDuo Flash drive gives plug-and-play functionality to tablets and smartphones and is perfect for those phones that have no external microSD memory card slot. This is a great way to get extra storage for android phone.
- Capacities: 16GB, 32GB, 64GB
- Speed: 16GB – 70MB/s read, 10MB/s write
32GB – 64GB – 70MB/s read, 15MB/s write
- Interface: USB 3.0, microUSB
- Dimensions: 27.63mm x 16.46mm x 8.56mm
- Compatible with: Windows® 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista®, Windows RT, Mac OS X v.10.6.x+, Linux v.2.6+
The Kingston DataTraveler microDuo is designed for use with many popular smartphones and tablets. Learn more about compatibility.
We were provided with a DT microDuo 3.0 to try out.