USB flash drive keychain Symlis Sparrow with charging cable USB OTG

USB flash drive keychain Symlis Sparrow with charging cable USB OTG

USB flash drive keychain Symlis Sparrow with charging cable USB OTG

Multifunction Keychain Symlis Sparrow can be used as a USB charger and a USB flash drive. The main convenience of a portable gadget is that it allows you to always have on hand a flexible cable for charging smartphones and tablets, as well as a backup drive for file storage.

The device is a short cable with ends USB / flash Micro-USB, and 145 mm in length with the magnets at each end. By means of the magnets can connect the cable ends together, creating a gadget which can be placed on a key chain. This design also allows the device to be small, but after opening gives users more freedom than most similar portable cables USB.

USB flash drive keychain Symlis Sparrow with charging cable USB OTG

As for the flash drive, it is available with a memory size of 16 GB, 32 GB, and 64 GB. When connected to a computer’s USB port it works like a standard USB flash drive. But if the other end is inserted into the smartphone, the Symlis Sparrow becomes USB charger. On the other hand, if one end is in the smartphone, and the second is not connected to the computer, the device turns back into a USB flash drive, only this time for a smartphone (true for versions with Android).

Appearance Symlis USB OTG Sparrow

USB flash drive keychain Symlis Sparrow with charging cable USB OTG

The model developed by Symlis. She is currently raising funds on Indiegogo Crowdfunding financing to start full-scale production of the product. Prices vary depending on the choice of a configuration model.

Base price is $ 35 for 16 GB version, with the price of 64GB model will be for 70 USD. The team plans to release a keychain in October 2015, provided that all funding will reach the goal.

Source: IndieGoGo

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