Tuesday, June 6th 2017

ADATA Presents the UC360 and UC370 OTGFlash Drives

ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of highperformance DRAM modules, NAND Flash products, and mobile accessories today launchedthe UC360 and UC370 USB OTG Flash drives. As "on the go" protocol (OTG) USB drives, both models ensure quick, driverless connectivity with virtually any device that features USB. Both are 2-in-1 products, with the UC360 featuring USB-A and Micro USB and the UC370 combining USB-A and USB-C. Data delivery uses USB 3.1 speeds, and both drives are designed for durability and convenience across Windows, Mac OS, Android, and a host of other platforms such as game consoles and smart TVs. Consumers can choose from 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB versions of the new drives.
UC360: compact all-purpose storage
The UC360 manages to fit USB-A and Micro USB connectors on its ultra-compact chassis. It has a convenient strap mount so users can attach it to key chains, bags, belts and other items to prevent loss and make mobility easier. Weighing just 3.8g, the UC360 redefines superlight universal connectivity at up to 5Gbps.

UC370: adding USB-C to the OTG equation
Due to the increasing popularity of reversible USB-C, ADATA has created the UC370 OTG drive. On one end, it has the ubiquitous USB-A connector, while the other side features a USB-C plug. Between these two, users get access to a plethora of devices, from legacy to brand new. The UC370 supports up to 10Gbps data transfers, and weighs just 3.7g. It also boasts an integrated strap mount to make mobility and placement more versatile, and has a stylish cover for the USB-C connector.

Metallic elegance coupled with sturdy construction
While very compact and light, the UC360 and UC370 are built using chip-on-board methodology, also known as COB. They are thus quite tough and well protected from shocks, drops, dust, and liquids. The two further use durable metal in their chassis rather than plain plastic, granting them additional strength and resulting in a sleek and stylish look.
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