Sony USM-CA1 - flash drive with built-in USB Type-C and silicon cover

Sony has in its time one of the first released universal USB On-The-Go (OTG) USB flash drive directly to the two connectors - microUSB for smartphones and tablets on the one hand, and full USB Type-A to connect to a computer on the other. But new times and the ubiquity of the new connector USB Type-C throws us new challenges, the answer to which has become a flash drive Sony USM-CA1 connectors USB Type-C (USB 3.1 Gen 1) and a full-size USB Type-A.

Sony USM-CA1 - flash drive with built-in USB Type-C and silicon cover

In a series of Sony USM-CA1 produced three flash drive with a capacity of 16, 32 and 64 GB (it seems that the time flash drives 4 and 8 GB of fast passes). For all drives, regardless of the amount, stated the same maximum read speed - 130 MB / s, and the writing speed at Sony shamefully silent.

One of the interesting features worth noting the supplied silicone case to protect the connectors from adverse environmental conditions. Moreover, only silicone cover has a shackle for fastening of the stick on a keychain or a chain.

In general, the new flash drive Sony USM-CA1 weighing 5 grams to suit everyone: if you are a computer repair or corny you need to save and transfer the information - because the spectrum of supported devices, thanks to the two terminals is enormous: from today's tablets and smartphones with a USB connector Type-C to the cutting-edge notebook Chromebook Pixel.

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