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[Deal Alert] 64GB Corsair Flash Voyager GO MicroUSB OTG Flash Drive Drops To Lowest Price On Amazon, $22.99

I like managing local files. I like copying data over to flash drives and moving them around regardless of whether I have Internet access. I like knowing I can cram a stick of flash memory into my device and access files that wouldn't fit on internal storage.

But I don't like cables. They take up excess space, and they look like a mess. As much as I enjoy transferring files, plugging one device into another using a cable still strikes me as tedious.

A microUSB OTG flash drive is a nice workaround.

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[Deal Alert] Corsair's 32GB USB 3.0-MicroUSB Flash Drive Combo Is Just $12 On Amazon With Free Prime Shipping

If you happen to own an Android phone or tablet that works with USB On-The-Go (OTG) for external storage, you'd probably like some storage gadgets that can take advantage of it. Combo drives - standard USB on one side, MicroUSB on the other - have been on the market for years, but they're not easy to find and they usually carry a premium over more conventional designs.

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SanDisk Introduces A Dedicated USB Type C Flash Drive That Goes Up To 128GB

SanDisk built its name producing flash drives, and now the company is releasing its first dedicated USB Type C option.

This USB 3.1 stick comes in storage sizes up to 128GB and offers read speeds of 150MB/s.

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[Deal Alert] 64GB SanDisk Connect Wireless Flash Drive Drops To $50, Its Lowest Price On Amazon

SanDisk is known for its flash drives and microSD cards, but those don't always play along well with smartphones. Even the dual USB/microUSB drives run into trouble with some phones. To address this, there's the SanDisk Connect, a wireless flash drive that you can use without need for Internet access. It generates a Wi-Fi hotspot which, after installing the SanDisk Connect Flash Drive app, your phone or tablet can use to access files.

The bigger the drive, the better, and now it looks like the 64GB stick has dropped to $50 on Amazon.

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According to these three camels, this isn't the first time the SanDisk Connect has reached this price, but it hasn't happened yet this year, and the number has never gone lower.

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[Deal Alert] 32GB SanDisk Connect Wireless Flash Drive Down To $29.99 On Amazon

There are a lot of phones that don't come with microSD card slots these days, and it's not always feasible to plug stuff into the USB port. That's when the SanDisk Connect wireless flash drive comes in handy. This device is on sale via Amazon for $29.99, about $10 less than usual and half of the MSRP. That's better than most of the Prime Day "deals" from yesterday.

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[Deal Alert] PNY 128GB MicroSD Card $79.99 After Instant Discount, Other Flash Memory Also On Sale From TigerDirect

When it comes to storing files on your mobile device, having a 128GB microSD card is the Holy Grail. It's the easiest way to store all the things without having to worry about staying in range of Wi-Fi or burning through limited data allotments. So it's with that in mind that I direct your eyes over to TigerDirect.com. The site is currently offering a 128 microSD card for 79.99, down from $129.99 after instant savings. Shipping is free.

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If 128GB is overkill, there's also a 64GB card for $29.99 and a 32GB one for $14.99. If you want to go even lower, there's 16GB for $9.99.

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[Deal Alert] SanDisk Connect Wireless Flash Drives For Smartphones And Tablets Drop To Their Lowest Amazon Prices Yet ($44.95 - $67.95)

Every smartphone out there might not be able to use a microSD card, but it can take advantage of a full-sized flash drive. Hey, hear me out here. I'm well aware that Android phones don't come with big USB ports, but SanDisk has produced a flash drive that your phone or tablet can access wirelessly. While they're not a perfect solution to the problem of limited storage, they're one of the best options out there.

When SanDisk introduced a 64GB flash drive back in January, it wanted $99.99 for the thing. Now, on Amazon, the price has dipped down to $67.95.

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Google Adds FIDO U2F Security Key Compatibility To The Two-Factor Login System In Chrome

Google's two-factor authentication system is a great way to keep your email and other accounts safe, especially if you've always got a smartphone (or even a dumb phone) around. Today Google is adding even more options beyond the current phone call, text message, email, and app-based verification. The latest update to the desktop version of Chrome lets you use a USB key as your two-factor security token, ensuring access via both your physical presence and your login password.

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Don't pull out your ancient jump drives just yet: you can't add this functionality to just any USB drive. The system only works with USB tokens certified for use with the FIDO U2F Security System, which currently includes just two products on Amazon (though you might be able to find a few more elsewhere).

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[Deal Alert] 64GB Patriot Stellar Series OTG USB Stick Going For $19.99 After Rebate On Newegg

I've heard you - cloud storage can suck it. It requires a speedy internet connection, blows through data, puts your files on some company's servers, and frankly isn't always all that reliable. You want to stick your files on a flash drive just like the good ol' days. So here's the deal. Newegg is currently selling a 64GB OTG USB stick for the discounted price of $33.99 (a $5 savings). And if you ask nicely, Patriot Memory will send you a $14 rebate Visa card, bringing that figure down to $19.99.

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This little drive will work with Android devices with OTG compatibility and Android 4.0 or higher.

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[Deal Alert] 64GB Patriot Stellar USB 3.0 OTG MicroUSB/USB Going For Only $28.99 On Amazon (64% Off)

So you decided to save yourself a few bucks and opted for the 16GB version of the latest phone, or even worse, are still stuck with an 8GB Nexus 4*, and now you're really feeling the pinch. The phone's lacking a microSD card slot, and that cloud storage isn't helping all that much on a limited data connection. What's a guy or gal to do? Pick up one of these dandy flash drives with dual microUSB/USB support. A 64GB Patriot Stellar option is currently up on Amazon for just $28.99, over 50% off its usual price. This is a great deal, even cheaper than the Corsair Flash Voyager drive that's also on sale today.

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