Wednesday , September 26 2018 Ausdroid » Software » Apps, Games & Google Services » Sandisk announces Australian availability for their Ultra Dual USB Drive 3.0

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Announced back at CES in January, memory specialist Sandisk has announced today that their Ultra Dual USB Drive 3.0 is now available in Australia.

The drive features both a micro-USB and a high-speed USB 3.0 connector which allows read speeds up to 130MB/s on the computer., The drive is compatibe with On-The-Go (OTG) enabled Android phones and tablets, as well as laptop and desktop computers. The drive’s come in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB capacities, with pricing ranging from $29.00 for the 16GB, $39 for the 32GB and $69 for a 64GB drive.

George Saad, Country Manager ANZ, SanDisk Corporation said

Android devices offer users amazing features including high-resolution photography and 4K Ultra HD video recording, which quickly fill large amounts of mobile memory, and we know our customers are looking for quick ways to access and transfer these types of files. In an effort to continue to improve our customer experience, we incorporated feedback from our existing SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive to build an even sleeker, faster and more convenient solution for users on the go.

SanDisk is not only promoting their new drive, they’re also showing off their Memory Zone app which is available now on Google Play and will let you :

Organize files in your phone’s internal and external memory, so you can move, view, copy, or back up your files. Listen to more music, share more videos and photos, and watch HD movies—without worrying about filling up your phone’s internal memory.

The drives are available now from SanDisk authorised resellers around Australia. We’ll be grabbing one shortly to take if for a test spin, so keep an eye out for that.

Daniel Tyson   Ausdroid's Editor in Chief

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Now all they need to do is bring out 128Gb and 256Gb versions of it, to compliment their 128Gb and 200Gb SanDisk Ultra microSD cards.

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Where will you guys be grabbing one from?

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looks great in video, but i think Note 5 will have type c connector….better wait when ur investing big

Cal
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Still quite proudly ripping off Australians with those prices…

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