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Ultra Dual Drive USB Type-C from SanDisk review

Freeing up space on your smartphone has never been easier

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Ensuring that you don’t run out of space on your smartphone while keeping treasured memories has never been an easy task, but the SanDisk Ultra 128 GB Dual Type-C USB 3.1 Flash Drive aims to combat this.

It enables you to quickly transfer files between devices at USB 3.1 high speeds of up to 150 MB/s. The SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Type-C offers up to 256 GB of instant storage, providing you with enough room for expansive music and photo collections.

it works fine on MacBook and PCs with both standard USB and USB C ports. It’s a very handy, small USB stick that you can take anywhere with you. Great for portability but be careful not to lose it!

In the centre, it has on one side the stick “slider” that allows releasing the 3.0 on one side and type-c on the other. On the other side, there is a through the hole to insert a keychain or wire to hold the key.
Great is the fact that when stowed both ends do not protrude from the structure and remain protected inside. Beautiful design a bit brushed aluminium and a little plastic with a filigree small hexagons.

When inserted into the MacBook port, which is beautiful close to each other, it does not create a clutter that prevents the use of the next door. However, I have encountered a problem: the new type-c ports of the MacBook are very “hard”. That is, you need to push very hard to insert the key thoroughly until you hear a click, which ensures a good hold.

Connected to the PC opens immediately, without having to wait millennial times to install you do not know which drivers, as often happens with competitors’ products.

The performance is high level as you can see from the test I attach, allowing you to move large files in no time. Right now, I think it’s one of the fastest dual-connection keys in circulation.