Silicon Power C80 32GB Type C Swivel Dual Flash Drive (USB-A 3.0 / USB-C) Ready for Smartphones, Tablets and New Macbook (SP032GBUC3C80V1S)

May 26, 2017 - Comment

The dual flash drive for Type-C mobile devices mobile C80 USB drive has a dual interface that supports both for Type-C and standard Type-A USB 3.0 ports.360° swivel cap design mobile C80 adds a sturdy swivel cap to protect the connectors, and the zinc alloy casing of C80 features sandblasting treatment that enables superior resistance

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The dual flash drive for Type-C mobile devices mobile C80 USB drive has a dual interface that supports both for Type-C and standard Type-A USB 3.0 ports.360° swivel cap design mobile C80 adds a sturdy swivel cap to protect the connectors, and the zinc alloy casing of C80 features sandblasting treatment that enables superior resistance to scratches and fingerprints. Unique circular shape for easy grasp and use the unique circular shape design makes it easy to grasp and use, and can easily attach to your keychain. Instantly transferring gadget without constraints of Internet signals and different kinds of cables and adapters, C80 promises more stable, easier, and faster data transmission. Exclusive file management app – SP file Explorerc80 offers a free file management app “SP file Explorer,” exclusively for your Android smartphone or tablet. The app provides the automatic file categorization, but also the “one-touch backup” function for you to back up files stored on your mobile device with a simple touch only.

Product Features

  • Dual interface of USB Type-C and standard USB Type-A 3.0 Ports; ideal for your Type-C enabled devices (smartphones, tablets, and new MacBook)
  • 360 Degree swivel cap to protect the connector and to attach to the key chains Easy to use: Plug & play, No drivers required Exclusive free-download file management app “SP file Explorer” for automatic file categorization and one-touch backup function Lifetime Warranty

Comments

haggis says:

Failed after one year I own both this flash drive and the Kingston DTSE9, which is very similar (capless, all-metal design). Both are great drives. I think this drive may have a slight advantage in long-term durability, since supposedly the DTSE9 suffers from a problem where the metal casing separates from the innards of the drive (though this hasn’t happened to mine). In terms of putting the drive on a keyring, this is definitely the superior drive… the thinner loop works much better on a key ring. However, the…

BranThomps says:

Fast, durable and solid USB storage I ordered the 64 gig version of the Silicon Power Firma ZN flash drive and the similar, but smaller Kingston Data Traveller USB drive. The Silicon Power flash drive is very nice. It fits on my keychain very nicely with a key hole that is perfectly sized to allow wiggle room when using the flash drive with keys still attached. The Kingston flash drive is much smaller, but that makes it hard to handle and it doesn’t have any room for your key chain loop to wiggle when you use it still connected…

Bfield says:

The only durable USB if you “routinely” use one. This Flash Drive is simple, basic and reliable. I’m a routine and avid Systems Adminstrator, and routinely use flash drives for work and play. Here is the reason. Most flash drives are enclosed in a package that allows for sliding in and out, or flipping to protect the end. With use, these will crack, bend or break and often affect the ability for proper or full insertion. As well, many are bulky and will not allow for multiple drives to be inserted either above or side by side without…

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