Wednesday, June 12, 2013

PQI Releases 6 New Micro-usb OTG Dongles Armed & Ready


Micro-usb OTG Dongles - In the current Computex show, Taiwanese display storage experts, PQI, introduced their game with several great bits of system.

Many of the company's new Connect 200 and Connect 300 series micro-USB OTG dongles, present memory extension that may can be found in handy for microSD-less units.

Today we are taking a look at six of the items, kicking off the 200 series with all the Connect 201.
The aspects of this little thumb drive are based around a zinc metal figure which comes with both a standard USB plug on one end and a micro-USB plug with a hat on the other; they feature the 16GB or 32GB storage, which can be seen directly from either a computer or any USB OTG portable unit (no adaptor required!). PQI's devices include the additional benefit of a free Android app called Connect+, that is already available on Google Play. That document management computer software loads automatically when a PQI dongle is connected in, saving you the problem of seeking through the mobile device's index.

On top of that, Connect+ may also select images with thumbnail screen, music and videos for a simpler search. We could expect the Connect 201 to become for sale in July, although no charges have been set yet.

Next will be the Connect 202.
It's essentially the Connect 201 but may also simultaneously behave as a cable between a mobile unit and a computer. The storage part of the device includes a theoretical working storage of up to 64GB and is housed within the bigger USB plug, but it can be used from either plug independently. When both sides are attached, only the computer side may have access to the dongle's memory combined with mobile device's storage. With this that you do not desire a micro-USB cable and individual micro-USB thumb drive. The last version of this product will come with a security case and it will eventually have an appartment wire for durability and artistic reasons.

The Connect 203 may be the update to the Connect 201 but with microSD expansion as opposed to built-in storage. It has a sliding case that only exposes one plug at a time, in place of the Connect 201s removable cover on just-the micro-USB end. The micro SD position is housed inside the larger USB plug and as the card sits flush in the plug when put, you may need to use the ejection turn on the other side of the body to force the card out.

The Connect 204 could be the last in the coming USB 2.0 type of OTG components. This can be simply a micro-USB to common USB OTG adapter but it doesn't have a quick cable that other standard OTG adapters have, so it will stay nice and sturdy in situ.

Shifting to the more advanced variety, we have the 300 series Connect 301 with USB 3.0 connectivity. Due to the faster transfer speed and greater body size, this dongle may theoretically are available in a 128GB, nonetheless it is more likely to launch with just 32GB and 64GB variations. And finally, we've the Connect 302. It is actually only the 301 with two metallic screw-on caps for defense against liquids, especially about the end.

Therefore, if you want your connectivity on a mini scale with maximum energy, then these men are for you...Keep your eyes peeled in the coming months for release dates and costs. 

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  1. hi..Im student from Informatics engineering, this article is very informative, thanks for sharing :)

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