Friday, August 15th 2014

PNY Launches Duo-Link OTG USB Flash Drive

PNY Technologies, Inc. ("PNY") today announced the launch of the Duo-Link OTG USB Flash Drive, available in both 16GB and 32GB capacities. The micro-sized, capless swing design of the Duo-Link OTG USB Flash Drive holds both a micro-USB connector and a USB connector that allows users to easily transfer media and files to and from an Android device and PC.

The On-The-Go USB Flash Drive connects to an Android mobile device and PC or laptop. The Micro-USB connector easily plugs into any Android device while the USB connector plugs directly into any available USB port. The built-in Micro-USB connector allows you to quickly transfer or store music, photos, movies, videos, files and more. Users can also play music or videos directly from the PNY Duo-Link OTG USB Flash Drive. The Duo-Link OTG USB Flash Drive was designed to free up space on an Android phone and/or save files from a PC or laptop onto the phone. The capless, all-in-one design is small enough to connect to an Android device for portable, OTG usage.

Specifications
  • Interface: USB 2.0
  • Storage Capacities: 16GB & 32GB
  • Weight: 0.02LB
  • Product Dimensions: 30mm x 10mm x 5mm
  • Warranty: One-year warranty
PNY offers a one-year warranty on all USB Flash Drives, including the Duo-Link OTG. PNY Duo-Link OTG USB Flash Drives are available now for purchase at select e-tailers, retailers, PNY.com, and through authorized PNY distribution partners.
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6 Comments on PNY Launches Duo-Link OTG USB Flash Drive

#1
RejZoR
One year warranty? Ugh? Most of others offer 5 or even 10 years (usually also called Lifetime).
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#2
ypsylon
Considering how fragile micro-USB connector really is I'm not at all surprise they offer only 1 year. With heavy usage I predict it will fall apart after 6-8 months.
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#3
Athlonite
Really has to be the stupidest connector layout in the history of USB devices
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#4
Prima.Vera
by: Athlonite
Really has to be the stupidest connector layout in the history of USB devices
Why? What's so stupid about it? o.O . You realize the target is mobile phones/tablets, right?
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Athlonite
by: Prima.Vera
Why? What's so stupid about it? o_O . You realize the target is mobile phones/tablets, right?
yes I know what / who the target audience is / are it's stupid because of the way the drive will sit when plugged in far to easy to knock and break it off or damage the port
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#6
drade
Great idea for tablets. If PNY would offer a 3 year warranty or something similar, this would be an excellent product with a warranty to serve if need be. Great for home and on the go.
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