PhotoFast flashdrive speedily shuffles data between Lightning and USB 3.0 devices

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PhotoFast i-FlashDrive MAX USB 3.0 is ideal for Macbook users

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When it comes to portable gadgets, small, fast, and capable are ideal attributes to look for. Devices that are compatible across multiple platforms also provide users the added benefits of convenience and consolidation. PhotoFast's latest accessory, the i-FlashDrive Max USB 3.0, merges those desirable features into an ultra-small, ultra-speedy flash drive for fast data transfer between Mac, iOS, Windows, and Linux systems.

Storage space on Macbooks, iPhones, and iPads comes at a premium, making flash drives ideal for those who want to offload files. The PhotoFast i-FlashDrive Max USB 3.0 features built-in Lightning and USB 3.0 connectors for fast data transferring between devices, with up to 17 MB/s read and 15 MB/s write speeds for Lightning, and up to 90 MB/s read and 22 MB/s write speeds for USB.

With the i-FlashDrive One app, downloadable for free from the App Store, the Photofast i-FlashDrive Max USB 3.0 becomes more than a simple storage accessory. The app provides file backup and management, social networking and cloud functions, file encryption, and media playback features without the need of iTunes.

Although MFi certified and compatible with iOS devices running iOS 7 or higher, the Photofast i-FlashDrive Max USB 3.0 is also compatible with Windows and Linux operating systems. And with its diminutive 51.2 x 22.5 x 7.6 mm (2.0 x 0.88 x 0.3 in) size and 7.5 g (0.26 oz) weight, the drive is small enough to tuck into the inner pocket of a pair of jeans.

The i-FlashDrive Max USB 3.0 is now available in 16 GB, 32 GB, 64 GB, and 128 GB capacities, with prices starting at US$79.99, while the older i-FlashDrive Max USB 2.0 models are being offered at prices of $59.99 for 32 GB and $69.99 for 64 GB.

Check out the video below for for an overview of the product.

Source: PhotoFast

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