SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive Go is a dual USB drive that comes with USB-A and USB-C port.

You can use it to transfer files between your older laptop, which is still using USB-A to your newer laptop or mobile phone using USB-C.

It is on USB 3.1 Gen 1, which will give you read speeds of up to 150MB/s.

Five capacities are available, 32GB, 64GB, 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB.

Apart from 512GB, the official SanDisk Store on Lazada sells the remaining capacities.

I got the 256GB on
Lazada for S$54.50.

After deducting S$8 for the Lazada’s Mid-year festival sale, I paid S$46.50, and it comes with free shipping.

The Dual Drive Go measured 8.6 x 12.1 x 44.4 (mm) and was smaller than I imagined it to be.

Because the whole drive is made of plastic, it is lightweight, measuring at only 3.8g.

SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive Go - Packaging Front
SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive Go – Packaging Front
SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive Go - Packaging Back
SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive Go – Packaging Back
SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive Go - Packaging
SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive Go – Packaging
SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive Go
SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive Go
SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive Go - USB-A End
SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive Go – USB-A End
SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive Go - USB-C End
SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive Go – USB-C End
SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive Go
SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive Go

My use case for the SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive Go will be to use it to flash my Huawei P30 Pro to Android 10.

My review unit of the Huawei P30 Pro is on C900 firmware, which means it will not have any major Over The Air (OTA) updates and requires manual flashing to upgrade to Android 10.

I followed this post on XDA Developers, How to revive soft-bricked & flash for C900 CUST + demo devices, and it works perfectly.