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Sony To Launch Dual USB Flash Drive For Android Smartphone and Tablets

Sony To Launch Dual USB Flash Drive For Android Smartphone and Tablets

by Abhishek VoheraDecember 23, 2013

Few Days ago Sony have made an smashing announcement of launching Dual USB Flash drive for Android with connectors for micro USB and full size USB ports. This product was launch to make data transfer fast between android phones and tablets. We at above android are very sure that such type of flash drive will replace the technologies such as WiFi or Bluetooth.

This flash drive for android works with all platforms that is the full size USB port is compatible with windows as well as Mac and the micro USB port is compatible with android phones and tablets. This is not the first time when any company launched such flash drive, in the early 2013 iBall have launched the Hybrid pen drive will function in similar way.

Viviano Cantu, director of consumer media marketing, Sony Electronics, said, “These new drives combine convenience, peace of mind and performance and are perfect for mobile multi-tasking.”

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The Sony Hybrid  flash drives will hit the stores in January 2014 for approx Rs. 1,200 for 8GB, approx Rs. 1,800 for 16GB and approx Rs. 3,800 for 32GB.  Yes the cost of this flash drive is very high if compared to simple one head flash drive. But soon the competition will rise for the hybrid flash drive and the rates will come back to its normal range.

This flash drive for android can be used to copy data between devices, and also as additional or temporary storage for smartphones and tablets. Stay Connected to Above Android, we will let you know all the updates about such amazing android gadgets.

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Abhishek Vohera
Abhishek Vohera is the Founder and Chief Editor at Above Android. He is from Mumbai, India. Abhishek is a Software Engineer at Multi-National Company by profession and Blogger and SEO expert by passion. He is crazy about Android and a true Google Fan Boy.

    Congratulation SONY!!!