Cell Drive Enhances Product Design to Add Media Transfer and Data Sync Functionality for Micro-Usb Charged Cell and Smart Phone Devices as Well as iPhone/iPod

May 29, 2012

The patented Cell Drive has been redesigned to enable the popular multi-functional cell phone accessory to sync and transfer media and data for the Blackberry, Android, HTC and other micro-usb charged cell/smart phones along with the iPhone/iPod devices. The enhanced data link capability combined with the standard backup-battery, USB charge and USB flash drive features, make the Cell Drive the most complete mobile accessory on the market today. The 4-in-1 power and storage device makes the perfect cell phone battery accessory for the business traveler, student and casual mobile phone user.

Southlake, Texas (PRWEB) May 29, 2012

The patented Cell Drive has been redesigned to now offer the micro-USB device connector as the primary data transfer and charge connection between the Cell Drive and mobile device. Additionally the Cell Drive has increased the battery capacity while keeping the same exceptional portable size . The Cell Drive now provides both micro -to-mini USB and micro USB-to-iPhone/iPod data transfer and charge adapters to make the Cell Drive the most flexible product on the market to satisfy the needs of BlackBerry, Android, HTC, iPhone/iPod and all other latest generation of mobile phones.

The redesigned Cell Drive, compliments its sister Cellink family of devices to provide the user options to satisfy the charging and data storage needs of practically all cell/smart phone users as well as GPS, MP3, Bluetooth and other mobile devices.

Sam Duyka, owner of SLD Marketing Group and Cell Drive, states that with the hundreds of battery charges on the market, the Cell Drive still remains popular due to the added storage and data link capability all being smartly featured in a small pocket size device for extreme portability.

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