Apacer’s AH190 Dual Flash Drive is your USB On the go for iOS Devices

Written by Louis

July 5, 2016

Consumer electronics manufacturer Apacer introduces its newest solution for your iOS file storage, backup and sharing problems.

Storage issues would soon be a thing of the past for iPhone and iPad users as Apacer reveals their new Dual Flash Drive solution, the AH190. Aimed not only at expanding your iOS device’s storage capacity but also bypassing complex methods of file sharing in between Apple devices, the AH190 features an Apple Certified  USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A dual-interface, as well as the Lightning connector, ensuring file transfer speeds of up to 5gbps.


Aside from extending storage capabilities, the AH190 also comes with the iFIleBridge Application which makes it easier to manage external storage files, and comes with other functionalities such as Instant File Backup.


With file transfers also being the centerpiece of the product, the AH190’s USB 3.1 end can be directly connected to your Mac devices allowing ease of transfer without going through the additional hassle of syncing your iOS device and/or opening up the iTunes application for file management, as well as eliminating the need for transmission cables when doing initiating file transfers.

The Apacer AH190 Dual Flash Drive comes in 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB variants, and in 2 colors, Gold and Rose Gold.

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