When you want to purchase a USB flash drive, you might first consider some important factors such as its transfer speed, its compatibility etc., but have you ever made a choice of a file sharing flash drive that shares files between your Android phones, tablets and PCs. Well, a flash-memory based product company called Leef Technology has recently launched a Bridge 3.0 USB flash drive that allows file sharing between you Android phones, tablets, Mac and PCs, without the need for cables, WiFi, cloud services or data connectivity.
The Leef Bridge offers a faster file-sharing, along with the features such as a microUSB connector and a full size USB 3.0 connector that access the same memory, allowing users to fetch and move content photos, videos, music and documents to and from any compatible devices up to 10 times faster than any other USB devices in the market. The Leef Bridge 3.0 has a read time of up to 90MB per second and transfer speeds that are 10x faster than lower-grade devices.
“We’re excited about the way the RadioShack team has embraced Leef Bridge 3.0,” said Jonny Anderson, partner and director of product design at Leef. “As one of the largest retailers of Android phones in North America, we believe the RadioShack team is uniquely positioned to demonstrate how easy it is to transfer files from an Android phone to another device with no cable, cloud service, Wi-Fi or data connection needed. Leef Bridge 3.0 is so simple it’s beautiful.”
The Leef Bridge 3.0 unique USB flash drive is set to arrive at RadioShack stores on this 19th of January and will be available in three models, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB. The 16GB model will be priced at $19.99, the 32GB model will be priced at $34.99 while the 64GB model will be priced at $69.99. For more details, check out its official website. Stay tuned for more updates.
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