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The VisionTek 900718 houses a desktop-caliber SSD in a durable aluminum housing. It’s USB 2.0-compatible and can get up to 455MB/s read and 440MB/s write speed when used with a USB 3.0 port. Available in 120GB and 240GB.
A 16GB to 256GB flash drive with USB 2.0 and Lightning connectors. Its curved shape makes it easy to hold your device while it’s connected. Its app has a file manager and a media player. Leef has the Bridge 3.0 for Android users.
BelayCords have a reversible USB connector, meaning they’ll plug into USB ports no matter their orientation. The cables are also reinforced, tangle-free and have a lifetime warranty. Available in Lightning, 30-pin and microUSB.
Despite its tacky name, the iStick provides much needed storage for iOS device users. Its a USB drive with an integrated Lightning connector to transfer files directly to and from your device. Available in 8GB to 128GB variants.
In their endless desire for clean design, Apple neglected to put any USB ports on the front or side of its slim iMacs. BlueLounge fixes that with this J-shaped port extender, which moves a USB port up front. We’d like one in silver though.
You can connect up to five of your USB 2.0 devices and defeat disorganization before it sinks you with this battleship-inspired USB hub from Kikkerland. If a ship in port is safe, what are five ports in ship?
A brilliant little cable for multi-device owners, the CrossLink charges and syncs a 30-pin, Lightning, or MicroUSB-based gadget with its 3-in-1 connector. Available in a variety of colors – which happen to coordinate with the iPhone 5C.
The upgraded Portable Charging Station really lives up to its name. It still has a 4-port USB hub and cable organizers, but now it also has a 5200mAh battery so you can recharge even without an outlet.