With all of the stuff I write and save, I need to make sure I have a way to have a portable, secure way to save my files. So naturally, I use a thumb drive (also known as a flash drive, USB drive, etc). When I learned about the Kingston urDrive, I was intrigued. The urDrive is “a free, pre-loaded application for organizing and exploring apps, games, and music. It transforms Kingston USB drives into active storage devices– rather than the “old school” device used only to store and transfer data.” Pretty neat, huh?
So not only is the urDrive a place to store you data, but it also has ways to keep you organized and entertained. Sweet. Need a visual? Check out the video to get a better idea of how the urDrive works. It’s really simple, I promise!
See what I mean? Yes, it stores your documents and photos and all that jazz, but there’s a whole software program that’s built into the urDrive that keeps your stuff where you want it, and lets you do things like bookmark websites you love, organize your docs, and even have online storage space for whatever you may need.
The actual urDrive is TINY. Which is awesome, because I keep mine on my key chain. The one I received has a circle so you can easily thread it on to your keys, so you have all of your files, apps, bookmarks, etc. with you whenever you need them. If you need a thorough run down, you can read tons more about the urDrive here.
Here’s some specs:
- Online backup account included
- urAppZone provides easy access to additional apps
- PC Checkup Scan
- Built-in Search
- Built-in Browser
- Popular Games
- Fooz Kids — a kid-friendly, parent-controlled community
- Personalized background and profile
- Built in photo viewer
- Built in mp3 player