Sony Introduced USB Type-C & Type-A Dual Connection Flash Drive


Sony Introduced  USB Type-C & Type-A Dual Connection Flash Drive 

Sony announced USB flash drive in the USM-CA1 Series with USB Type-C and Type-A connectors before this year. Today it has introduced the OTG drive in India. The USB Type-C reversible drive allow user connect it to tablets, smartphones, laptops and more. The drives also support USB 3.1 Gen1, which permits for data sharing much stronger and easier by linking the connection between different devices. It has compact and slim body and metal exterior. Sony USB Type-C & Type-A Flash Drive is presented in 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB capacities at Rs. 1999, 4099 and 7099, respectively and are available at Sony centers across India.

Highlights of Sony USB Type-C and Type-A dual connection drive

Compatible with both USB Type-C and Type-A connectors
USB 3.1 Gen 1 connection with up to 130 MB/s transfer speed
Easily share files between PCs, smartphones, and tablets
Available in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB capacities
Weighs:  5g (main body only, without supplied Silicone Cover
Slim and stylish metal body, with silicone cover included


This device has an adjustable plug orientation and allows users to transfer files between devices such as the Apple MacBook 12-inch model, smartphones, PCs and tablets, which come with a USB Type-C port, and PCs with a conventional USB Type-A port.

Explaining the thing in question, "the sleek connector is tailored to fit multiple devices such as your smartphone, yet robust enough to also fit your tablet and laptop. It is compatible with Windows,Macintosh, Android and Chromebook devices equipped with Type-C and Type-A ports, and makes for quick sharing and easy backup." The company declares that the new USB pen drives will be accessible to purchase from February, however exactly how much they would cost is still to be answered.

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