Strontium Launches Storage Products for Apple Devices

PC and flash memory manufacturing company Strontium Technologies has launched storage devices for smartphones and tablets. It includes Strontium iDrive 3.0 external storage for iPhone, iPod and iPad devices, Strontium Nitro Plus On-the-Go (OTG) USB 3.0 drive, Strontium 128GB Nitro UHS-1 (U1) microSDXC flash card.

Strontium iDrive 3.0

Strontium iDrive 3.0 is an external storage for iPhones and iPads. With this iDrive, users can transfer and store data between iPhone, iPad and Mac/PC wirelessly. This drive can store up to 960 minutes of HD video, 26,208 photos, or 16,000 MP3 songs in 64GB iDrive and can be played directly on the devices.It can also backup and restore contacts, calendar, videos and pictures.

Strontium Launches Storage Products for Apple Devices

Available in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB variants and it carries a price tag of Rs. 5,145, Rs. 6,195, and Rs. 7,245 respectively. Further, it comes with 2 years Strontium Limited Warranty and also a free app for auto file management and security.

Strontium Nitro Plus OTG USB 3.0
Strontium Nitro Plus OTG USB 3.0 is basically used to store and transfer content like photos, videos, documents and music, from PC/Mac to smartphones/tablets and vice versa. Moreover, it comes with USB 3.0 on one side and micro USB connector on the other side.

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Available in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB variants it is priced at Rs. 849.00, Rs. 1,369 and Rs. 2,749 respectively. This OTG USB offers read/write speeds of 120/90 Mbps, which can copy files really fast.

Strontium 128GB NITRO UHS-1 (U1) microSDXC Flash Card
This flash card can be used in smartphones, tablets, adventure cameras and other devices to expand the storage capacity. The company also claimed that, the memory card has the fastest transfer speed. This card offers read speed of up to 70 Mbps and comes with free USB card reader and SD adapter to transfer the data. The microSDXC flash card is priced at Rs. 7,350.

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