Kingston DataTraveler microDuo Review
Ah flash drives, the surprising critters we rarely see nowadays in use – thanks partly to the advent and proliferation of cloud storage and many other different things. Ten years ago, it was one sought out, crucial item that not only appealed to hardcore tech junkies, but to the mainstream folks as well. Even though their prominence today isn’t what it used to be in the past, it’s seeing itself being reincarnated to something else more useful for the times. Enter the Kingston DataTraveler microDuo, a USB flash drive for both your computer and Android smartphone.
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 smaller and more compact in size – small enough to even be carried along on our key chain inconspicuously.