The SanDisk Dual USB Drive Type-C was released in Singapore back in April 2015 and it retails for S$99. It comes in only one size which is 32GB and features a two-year warranty.
Just in case you are not aware, this is a USB 3.0 enabled drive and is backward compatible with USB 2.0.
As of right now, I don’t have any devices that has a USB Type-C port and hence I think the SanDisk Dual USB Drive Type-C is ahead of its time. The only mainstream device in the market that has a USB Type-C port is the new MacBook.
Other devices that I know that are using the USB Type-C includes Nokia N1 Android tablet, Le 1, Le 1 Pro & Le Max, the new Google Chromebook Pixel and the upcoming OnePlus Two.
This might change next year according to a recent report by Strategy Analytics. The report estimates that by 2016, 12% of handsets alone will feature Type C connectors.
For disk speed test wise, I managed to get a write speed of 42MB/s and a read speed of 64MB/s for the drive using my 27″ iMac (Late 2012).
SanDisk Dual USB Drive Type-C – Packaging Front
SanDisk Dual USB Drive Type-C – Packaging Back
SanDisk Dual USB Drive Type-C – USB Type-C End
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