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Gigastone unveils a new On-The-Go USB drive for mobile devices

Gigastone shows off a new On-The-Go USB Drive for mobile devices, will launch to the US at CES 2014

| Science, Space & Robotics News | Posted: Dec 16, 2013 6:14 pm

This morning Gigastone announced the launch of a new USB On-The-Go drive designed for use with both standard and mobile USB capable devices. On-the-Go drives are growing ever more popular recently with the introduction of Android devices that can utilize their USB port for external storage.

 

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The all new Gigastone On-The-Go drive features a capacity of up to 32GB and allows content from mobile devices, PCs, and Macs to be quickly transferred between each other. The device also functions as an easy to use external storage solution for Android Devices.

 

"People today face a dilemma of having material stored on their PC or laptop and needing it on their smartphone or tablet," said Sherry Chapman, senior director of marketing at Gigastone. "Our new dual-drive, bi-directional On-The-Go USB/MicroUSB connector is the perfect way for 'on-the-go' individuals to save, backup, or transfer files. And the process is as easy as 1-2-3."

 

The new Gigastone On-The-Go drive is compatible with any Android device running Jelly Bean 4.2 or higher. Capacities of 16GB and 32GB are available and will be making their North American debut at CES 2014. At the moment, no pricing information is available.

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