Data Transfer Becomes Easy with the Latest On-the-Go Flash Drives by V7
IRVINE, CA: V7, a division of Ingram Micro, releases its new lineup of On-the-Go Flash Drives. With the help of the drives the consumers can transfer and store data from Apple and Android devices to personal computers (PCs) and laptops.
The file downloads at a very high speed from mobile devices to the drive along with file upload from the drive to laptops or PCs. All drives are "plug-and-play" with no drivers.
The V7 MFI-Certified Lightning On-the-Go Flash Drives are available in storage capacities of up to 64GB, are MFI-Certified for use with all devices running the Apple iOS operating system, and which are equipped with a lightning connector. With USB 2.0 and lightning connectors, the drives are perfect for offline data sharing between laptops and Apple iOS devices or between Apple iOS devices. The lightning connector slides out to connect and support data transfer via Apple devices.
High-speed data transfer is supported by read/write speeds up to 8MB/s, and the ability to copy 100MB of data in 15 seconds. AES 256 Bit encryption keeps data safe. In addition, there is also iSafeFile file management tool, which makes it easy to browse, view, copy, move, share, and encrypt files on the iPhone or iPad. The iSafeFile App also enables users to play back video and audio files stored on the drive.
Moreover, the V7 Dual Connector On-the-Go Flash Drives are available in storage capacities of up to 64GB and are equipped with a full-size USB 2.0 and Micro USB connector for compatibility with laptops, smartphones and tablets running the Android 4.0 operating system and later versions.
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