Kingston DataTraveler microDuo Review
0. phoneArena 07 May 2014, 16:09 posted on
Today’s modern smartphones are usually stuffed with 16GB of internal storage, but as we all know too well, high definition videos and other multimedia centric files can whittle away at the total. That’s where the Kingston DataTraveler microDuo comes to the rescue, seeing that it’s a pint-sized thing that can come in handy when we’re in a pinch for space. Of course, it looks like any ordinary flash drive, but it’s significantly...
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1. Leonis (Posts: 338; Member since: 08 Jan 2014)
Perfect for the OPO phone. I will check this out once I got my phone......
2. Deaconclgi (Posts: 405; Member since: 03 Nov 2012)
Nice, I can use this for my Nokia 808 PureView and add 64GB to the 80GB that it already has!!!
4. Totse2k15 (Posts: 443; Member since: 11 Feb 2014)
Meh... Meenova Mini MicroSD Card Reader and Leef Access microSD Card Reader is better, imo...
5. Leonis (Posts: 338; Member since: 08 Jan 2014)
WOW! I didn't knew those existed. Thank you so much for this! Actually is better since you can buy a new card easy to add more storage.
6. 0xFFFF (Posts: 3806; Member since: 16 Apr 2014)
Kingston usuallly offers reliable product, so not a bad addition to the external storage mix. The various micro SD card readers are of course very useful too.
7. networkdood (Posts: 6330; Member since: 31 Mar 2010)
About the size of a USB WiFi connector...cool
8. BattleBrat (Posts: 1430; Member since: 26 Oct 2011)
Considering that USB 3.0's Micro connector is quite large (look at the note 3 and Galaxy s5's USB port) I think it would have ruined the aesthetics *laughs*
9. surethom (Posts: 579; Member since: 04 Mar 2009)
Very nice the main problem I see is with tablets, WHY don't tablets use the standard micro USB port rather than there silly proprietary ports.
Can we please have standard charging/data ports for phones & tablets PLEASE.
10. Izoe (Posts: 131; Member since: 02 Sep 2010)
The fact that this device has no iOS device support should be removed as a con. First of all it was apple that decided to go with a custom connector instead of what is now an industry standard connector. The next point is that iOS has no file management system so how exactly would people make use of an external drive. It would be silly for a company to invest money developing a product based on the hope that people would jailbreak their devices to use it.
11. tokuzumi (Posts: 863; Member since: 27 Aug 2009)
I prefer the USB OTG cable, and then you can plug whatever you want into it. Hubs with flash drives, mouse, and keyboard. And with a chromecast, you could project your phone screen on your TV, and use your phone as a computer. This is still a decent product, though. I can see it being pretty useful.