Just like how all USB flash drives are not created equal, it is with great excitement that I present to you Leef Technology’s Bridge 3.0. The Bridge 3.0 happens to be the first USB 3.0 flash drive that will allow file sharing between Android-powered smartphones as well as tablets, Macs and PCs. This unique addition to any road warrior’s collection of hardware is said to arrive at RadioShack stores this coming January 19th.
The Leef Bridge 3.0 happens to be the most efficient and fastest method to move files between your Android-powered phone, tablet, Mac, and Windows PC, and being able to do so without having to mess around with pesky cables, hook up to pesky cloud services, grapple with Wi-Fi issues or data connectivity. All of it is made possible thanks to a microUSB connector alongside a full-size USB 3.0 connector which will be able to access the very same memory, letting you grab and move content, photos, videos, music and documents to and from any compatible device at speeds of up to 10 times faster compared to any other USB device in the market.
Thanks to theoretical read times of up to 90MB per second as well as transfer speeds that are 10x faster than lower-grade devices, the Bridge 3.0 is able to instantly share photos, videos, music and documents from any compatible device. [Product Page]
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