At first glance, this is a big ol’ USB drive with a lightning connector meaning it only works with iPhone and iPad devices. Dig a little deeper, however, and you’ll see that this USB drive has a pop-out standard Type-A USB connector.
If that wasn’t enough the Type-A connector flips up to reveal a microUSB connector for Android devices underneath. Unfortunately, this drive doesn’t have a USB-C connector so you’ll need a microUSB-to-USB-C adapter for it to work with newer Android phones that have already made the switch to Type-C ports. Also, iPhone users will need to download a companion app to enable file transfers.
While it might not be for everyone, the unique features of this USB drive caught our eye, and its $14 price tag for 128GB of storage makes it an awesome impulse buy.
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