I will be giving several keynotes and workshops at an upcoming conference. I have been asked by the host to have my presentations on a thumb drive so they can copy them to their systems if necessary–I suspect Windows machines but I have not asked.
I do not currently own a thumb drive as I do everything via the cloud but given the request, I need to purchase one. My MBP and iPad Pro of course have USB-C connectors. Am I safe in buying a dual USB-C thumb drive (e.g., one like this: https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-Duo-Plus-128GB-MUF-128DB/dp/B07DW2PJ9F/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=usb-c+thumb+drive&qid=1569687613&sr=8-3) This looks like I should be able to use if for any machine they have. Am I correct?
I assume I would NOT need this adapter: https://www.amazon.com/nonda-Adapter-Thunderbolt-Aluminum-Indicator/dp/B015Z7XE0A?ref=dp_atch_dss_sdp_ce_2 Is that correct?
Do you recommend a different thumb drive?