Just the other day, SanDisk unveiled a neat little device that will make moving of media files from a smartphone or tablet to computer as seamless as possible. The SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive comes with a regular USB port on one hand, and a microUSB one – on the other. So when you want to move some files from your mobile device, simply connect the SanDisk’s device to a microUSB port and copy all the photos and videos you want. Then, connect the same device using a regular USB port to a computer and make a local copy of those files. Pretty easy, right? The best part is that the drive’s dual USB ports feature a retractable cover, meaning no caps to lose while still keeping the connectors safe.
Yeah, I know – you could rely on some cloud-based storage service to accomplish the same thing, but this is much faster. Or so I think.
The only problem is – whether you want to buy yet another device. If you do want it, you can get it in capacities ranging from 16GB to 64GB. The entry-level model with 16GB of memory could be yours for $19.99, whereas the 64GB version will sell for $49.99. So are you in?