Custom Printed USB OTG Drives

U-Disk Swivel Tablets and mobile phones are now the dominant force in personal computing.

These connected devices make accessing your data anywhere you want a breeze. They are especially adept at chewing through small manageable data. One shortcoming albeit very miniscule is the ability to transfer large data effectively.

Rather than chew through my limited AT&T data budget and risk dropped connections when transferring videos to my Nexus 7, I’ve found OTG cables to be a godsend.

But OTG cables require a laptop or desktop for tethering and limit your mobility.

u-disk and phone copy

Regain your mobility with Smartphone U-Disk
Connect directly to your mobile phone or tablet with a USB flash drive with a Micro USB port.

Product Features:

1. Plug and Play. Simply connect the U-disk to Smartphone and transfer & play; music/video files.
*No software installation necessary.
2. Works with Samsung Galaxy Note, Galaxy Nexus, Galaxy SI/II/III, Motorola XOOM, TG01,Nokia N8,E7…
and other Cell Phones and Tablets which support OTG Function.
3. Also work as normal Flash Disk.

To learn more about the U-Disk and how you can use them to market and distribute your content, please contact us today.

USB 3.0 will soon rule

Generally when we refer to USB technology here, we’re talking about the USB flash drive, its endless array of shapes, sizes and capacities, as well as its uses. We also often discuss portable applications that allow better portability, functionality and security with USB drives. But today’s news is all about the USB port which by now you should know is different from the USB drive – it is where you would insert the USB flash drive. Last year we spent some time discussing USB 3.0, the new standard of USB technology that runs faster and on occasion may cook you breakfast – though we aren’t ready to be quoted on that. Meanwhile USB 2.0 still seemed to rule widely. Now it turns out that numerous new devices from such respected names as AMD and Intel will be supporting USB 3.0 ports. This trend will surely migrate to all other devices, big and small, mobile and static – are there static devices? And for the late adopters among us, we’re thinking backwards compatible.