It wasn’t too long ago that I would have thought of a dual USB/MicroUSB flash drive as a dream accessory. Now the landscape has changed so quickly, I’m nearly embarrassed that I have yet to buy one. When we first heard about the Leef Bridge Dual-USB/MicroUSB flash drive, the idea was still novel enough that its quirky name wasn’t off-putting. Since then the more traditional players have jumped into the ring, with SanDisk and Sony both coming out with their own drives.
- [CES 2014] SanDisk Ups The Capacity On Its Wireless USB Flash Drive To 64GB, Makes It Available Immediately For $99.99
- [Hands-On] SanDisk Announces Ultra Dual USB Drive, A Tiny USB Thumbdrive That Plugs Into Computers And Phones
- Leef Updates Bridge With USB 3.0, Will Launch The USB/MicroUSB Flash Drive In January Exclusively At RadioShack For 60 Days
- Samsung Announces The ‘Dual-Sim Always On’ Galaxy S Duos For Europe, Available Beginning In September
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