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SanDisk 1TB USB-C Smartphone Stick
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SanDisk 1TB USB-C Smartphone Stick

Store everything and more on the go with the SanDisk 1TB USB-C Smartphone Stick. Designed for USB-C devices of all varieties, this prototype shows that brands are still shrinking down storage options. At first glance, the USB-C Stick looks just like a thumb drive you already own. In fact, the USB-C connector on the end is the only giveaway. It plugs directly into your smartphone, tablet, or even your computer for quick and easy storage options. From your smartphone, you can back up anything you need instantly. Plus, it makes it a total cinch to transfer large amounts of media from your device to your computer and back again. Of course, with this minuscule size, it seems really easy to lose. With an unknown price or availability date, it paves the way for future storage systems.

SanDisk 1TB USB-C Smartphone Stick
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well this work on an I pad just to store my files and documents something in a a 32 or 64gb because I work in construction and it would be easier to keep each project separate.

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