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Strontium Launches OTG USB Drives for Smartphones and Tablets

SINGAPORE, Dec. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Strontium Technology has launched On-The-Go USB drives for smartphones and tablets. These small USB drives have a standard USB on one end and a micro-USB on the other end, so they can be accessed directly from a computer or any OTG-supported smartphones or tablets.

STRONTIUM ON-THE-GO USB DRIVES: http://www.strontium.biz/on-the-go-usb-pic

"With Strontium On-The-Go USB drives, consumers can transfer files easily between smartphones, tablets and computers. They can copy songs, pictures and movies from computer and play them on their smartphone or tablet when they are on the move. Or they can copy files from one smartphone/tablet to another smartphone/tablet without needing WIFI or connecting to a computer. They are also storage option for smartphones without MicroSD card slot. Our On-The-Go USB drives are the smallest OTG drives in the market, so you will not have a huge device coming out of your phone," said Mr. Vivian Singh, President and CEO, Strontium Technology.

Strontium On-The-Go USB drives will be available from 8GB to 64GB capacities and come with a 5-year warranty.

About Strontium Technology:

Strontium Technology Pte Ltd is a PC and flash memory manufacturing company with headquarters in Singapore. Its operations span to varied territories across Australia, New Zealand, South East Asia, India, Africa, Middle East, US, Canada and Latin America. In total, the company maintains a strong market presence in over 35 countries. Strontium Technology serves an international network of distributors, resellers, retailers and OEM customers.

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