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PQI Connect 312 USB 3.1 OTG Reader

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About this product

Overview

  • Up to 2TB of expandable storage via a connected flash drive
  • USB 3.1 connection to plug into your Android device and transfer files to your flash drive
  • Reading and writing speeds of up to 50MB / 17MB

Product overview

• Up to 2TB of expandable storage via a connected flash drive
• USB 3.1 connection to plug into your Android device and transfer files to your flash drive
• Reading and writing speeds of up to 50MB / 17MB
• Plug and play with Windows, Mac and Linux
• Plug directly into an Android device with the micro USB connection to view files on your phone or tablet

What size microSD card can I use?
This OTG adaptor will take a flash drive of any size up to 2TB. This futureproofs itself for bigger flash drives. If you were to use a 256GB Flash drive, however, this will give you enough room for a combination of 14,400 images at 10 megapixels, 640 minutes of 1080p video and 16,000 MP3 songs – with enough room remaining for 64GB of office files such as text documents and spreadsheets.

What makes this adaptor different?
This reader comes with dual connectors, a standard USB 3.1 for connecting to your computer and a micro USB for connecting to Android devices such as phones and tablets. This means you can access your photos, videos and documents when you are on the go.

Check your phone/tablet specifications for OTG compatibility

How do I find out if my android phone is compatible?

Asked by: Whitdeli
You would ask the manufacturer of the phone.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2017-09-18

Just to clarify, I plug that into my phone then plug my usb stick into that right?

Asked by: Jamethy
Yes that is correct.
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2016-11-30
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