A Flash Drive Called On The Go – What You should Know About It?

A Flash Drive Called On The Go – What You should Know About It?

Imagine having a one single thing that can perform a lot of things than just expected? Isn’t convenience?

Indeed it is. Do you have a flash drive? Most probably, your answer is yes of course. What is the main function of your flash drive? Often, it is for storage. Basically your flash drive serves only one purpose.

Uh-oh, but not for too long, now, there is a new multi-headed flash drive it is called On The Go, this single thing is meant to replace your flash drives, portable chargers, and sync cables with a single multi-connector contraption. It is a solution for balance, functionality, and ease-of-use.

On The Go, the multi-headed flash drive charges and syncs all your mobile devices. It has a built-in USB 3.0, microUSB, and Apple Lightning connectors, to keep the many ports protected. On The Go uses a certain technology calles retracting mechanism this all the ports are out of harm especially when it is not in use.

How to access the different ports?

There is clever sliding panel that moves and spins in multiple directions, to utilize the connectors accordingly if used as a portable charger, flash drive, or even as a substitute sync cable.

Additionally, On The Go has a built-in 1,000 mAh battery of its own that also serves as a power booster especially if you are away from the actual electric outlet.

Costs and availability

This device is available in 32GB to 128GB and the price starts from $130 to $280.

Important reminders:

First, if you are planning to use the On The Go to boost your iPhone’s storage capacity you’ll need to rely primarily on the free accompanying OTG app for backing up files or accessing media stored on the drive. Unlike most Android devices that is able to access everything directly from the device’s apps.

Additional function also includes basic Bluetooth functionality. Is there more you can ask from this multi-headed flash drive?


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