Transferring data between smartphones and PCs has always been a cumbersome task, but the Leef Bridge 3.0 could solves those problems.
The device is flash memory that sports a Micro USB connector and full-size USB connector that access the same memory.
Because of the dual USB set up, files can be moved between your Mac, Windows PC, tablet, and Android phone without the need for cables, cloud services, Wi-Fi or data connectivity.
This means users can move content, photos, videos, music and documents to and from any compatible device up to 10 times faster than any other USB device.
The design features an exposed slide-and-lock tray, indicator light and lanyard.
It took a while to figure out you push the bar between the two connectors, to get the connectors to slide back and forth. But once done, this became easy to do.
The device will work on Android phones, Windows PCs and Macs. We didn’t test it on Windows Phones devices nor iPhones or iPads (as these have different adaptors).
The device will require a file manager app to access data, otherwise you could be mistaken into thinking the thing doesn’t work.
Overall, a good device to bridge the gap between smartphones, tablets and PCs.