Everybody’s faced the long wait. The slow process of transferring your files from your smarphone to a PC is so cumbersome that it hardly needs going into. It entails emailing the info or copying it onto a cloud support system. Dropbox or Google are obvious examples.
The further action that you will have to take is opening the email and downloading it. And last but not least you will have to open the file on your PC. This is all quite a complex series of incremental acts that may in fact take a lifetime in today’s nanosecond-based environment of time management. Therefore, a solution is available which just might save you some extra seconds.
Termed a Leef Bridge 3.0 flash drive, this smart and digitally savvy device arrives with normal-sized and mini USB connectors. Encased in a dark polymer fitting tray, each individual connector is revealed by punching a central tab and pushing ahead or backward.
"Leef Bridge 3.0 is the fastest way to move files between your Android phone, tablet, Mac, and Windows PC without the need for cables, cloud services, Wi-Fi or data connectivity," according to company's website.
Just attach and collect all the data on your PC, tablet or Mac. This cool and funky gadget is meant for the Android platform with Jelly Bean 4.1 facility. There are several other latest gizmos it works in tandem with as well. Some 40 Android smartphones and 16 tablets are in synch with this USB drive.
Leef Bridge 3.0 comes with a full-size USB 3.0 connector and microUSB 2.0 connector that access the same memory. It means you can easily get and transfer all of you data including photos, videos, music and documents to and from any compatible device. And according to company, Leef Bridge 3.0 moves files up to 10 times faster than any other USB device.
While everything works smoothly there are a few snags along the way. Since this is just the beginning of an experiment in making the job simpler and streamlined obviously there will be some initial difficulties and hurdles.
When the Leef USB flash drive was road-tested on two tablets (one a Galaxy Tab 3 and the other one a Nexus 7) the second one required a more circuitous route to accomplish the digital task. Therefore, although the device works just fine in itself, the file manager applications are not always so efficient. So “caveat emptor” is the word!
Get more information about the complete list of Leef Bridge 3.0 USB compatible devices here.