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Leef Bridge 3.0 allows file swapping between Android devices

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It's no secret that my favorite USB drives are the ones made by Leef.

Now they are taking it to another level and partnering with RadioShack.

Leef Technology is setting the pace by releasing their new Bridge 3.0 USB flash drive that will move data between Android phones and tablets, Macs, and your PC.

The Bridge 3.0 offers read times of up to 90 MB per second and transfer speeds 10x faster than lower-grade USB drives that many times are the same price as Leef models. It's a simple concept and easy to use.

It also features both a micro USB connector and full-size USB connector that access the same memory so users can share content quickly.

Being available at RadioShack is huge for Leef.

"We’re excited about the way the RadioShack team has embraced Leef Bridge 3.0,” states 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 features USB 3.0 technology to deliver file transfer speeds up to 10 times faster than your USB 2.0 devices. Right now it is compatible with mobile devices operating Android Jelly Bean OS 4.1 or higher and a micro USB On-The-Go connector in place.

Pricing will be $19.99 for the 16GB model, $34.99 for the 32GB model and $69.99 for the 64GB model.

The Leef Bridge 3.0 is available at Radio Shack stores.

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