SP xDrive Z30 Lightning Dual USB Flash Drive

SP xDrive Z30 Lightning Dual USB Flash Drive

Silicon Power Computer & Communications Inc. has come up with their new SP xDrive Z30 Lightning dual USB flash drive. The Z30 is a dual-access application along with two connectors, lightning connector and a USB 3.0 connector. 

This device has launched the easy-to-use app – SP xDrive Explorer, which incorporates intuitive interface design and multiple file managing functions including backup, file synchronization, file encryption and Dropbox/Google Drive upload and download. The best thing is that the users can directly save their music and movies in the z30 and can play them in different formats (MP4, MOV, M4V, MPG, AVI, MKV, WMV, and RMVB).

SP xDrive Z30 Lightning Dual USB Flash Drive

The Z30 offers easy and fast backup and transmission as compared to the earlier device. It is available in different capacities of 32, 64 and 128GB and also offers the two year warranty. This device is approved by the MFi licensing program (made for iPod/iPhone/iPad) in order to deliver quality and safety to the customers.

SP provides the Apple series which has storage expansion solutions including the Armor A85M/A65M shockproof and waterproof portable HDDs. The SP xDrive Series expansion cards for MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, the Mobile C80/SP xDrive Z30 dual USB flash drives for cross-device data transmission and the Thunder T11 Thunderbolt external solid state drive.

 Product specification
 

Capacity32, 64, 128GB
Dimensions62.7×23.5 x9.8mm
Weight13g
MaterialPlastic
ColorWhite
InterfaceLightning/USB 3.0
Supported OssiOS 7.0.x, Mac 10.3.x, Windows 10/8/7/XP, Linux 2.6.x
Supported devicesiPhone 5/ 5S/ 5C, 6/ 6 Plus/ iPad 4th/ iPad mini/ iPad mini 2/ iPad mini 3/iPad Air/ iPad Air 2/ iPod touch 5
Operating temperature0°C~ 70°C
Certification


MFi/CE/FCC/BSMI/KCC/Green dot/WEEE/RoHS


WarrantyTwo years
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