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Transfer those photos and videos with Kingston DataTraveler microDuo

Kingston DataTraveler microDuo is available from 8 to 64GB
Kingston DataTraveler microDuo is available from 8 to 64GB
by Doug Bardwell - DougBardwell.com

If you bought a smart phone and are wishing you had purchased one with more memory, you’ll be happy to hear about the Kingston DataTraveler microDuo. With capacities from 8 to 64GB, you’ll be able to store all those videos and music that never fit before. Heck, you can double, triple or quadruple your phone’s capacity.

Not much bigger than a man’s thumbnail, this mini marvel supports USB OTG (on-the-go) functionality – meaning you can transfer files from or to the device from any other device with either a standard USB port or a micro-USB port.

Plug it in your laptop, load it with movies and then take it with you. When ready, plug it into your Android phone or tablet, watch and enjoy.

Got loads of video on your phone and no room for any more. Plug it into your phone, download the videos to the DataTraveler and then erase them off your phone. When you get home, simply insert the DataTraveler in your laptop and download the videos for safe-keeping.

Works with all Android 4.0 devices that support USG OTG. (Most recent ones do.)

Comes with a mini lanyard so you can keep it on your keychain. Check it out – its super sweet.

This product is has been awarded the Senior Citizen’s Thumbs-Up rating on DougBardwell.com. Check the Senior’s page for more recommended products for those 65 and up.

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