Saturday, May 22nd 2010

Team Announces its Brand New X101 USB3.0 Flash Disks

Team Group Incorporation officially announces its brand new USB3.0 flash disk X101 at Computex 2010. With a bandwidth up to 5Gbps, the USB3.0 interface is 10 times faster than the previous generation USB2.0 at 480Mbps. Therefore, whether HD movies, photos, or a large amount of music using lossless data compression, users can transfer them to the X101 in an instant. For example, it usually takes about 20 minutes to back up a movie from a 25GB Bluray disc to a USB2.0 flash disk. Now with the brand new large-capacity X101 equipped with USB3.0, it takes only 2 minutes to finish the same task, thus bringing Bluray media portability to a super-speed state.

The X101 has a no-cap-loss design that users can fix the cap at the end of the disk to prevent losing it accidentally. With a simple design that is matched with sharp colors, the X101 blends high-performance with fashion for consumers and fully display Team’s innovation of blending 3C with fashion. With the X101, all people of all ages can enjoy karaoke or appreciate HD movies anywhere, anytime.

In terms of environment protection, the X101 is 100% RoHS-compliant. Also, it is light weight at only 18 grams to make it easier for users to carry everywhere. More important, the X101 supports multiple operating systems and is guaranteed by Team’s lifelong warranty.
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7 Comments on Team Announces its Brand New X101 USB3.0 Flash Disks

#1
slyfox2151
there was a nother flash device with a simmiler comparrison not so long again that compared the time it took to move files with usb2 vs usb3...

the way they did it was on the verge of being wrong,

but the way these people have said it is compleatly wrong.


you cant move 25gb from a Blu ray Disk in 2 mins. i know there trying to say how much faster there device is, but that is compleatly misleading.



not to mention there device is only twice as fast as usb2...... there is another 4gbps of bandwidth.
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#2
WSP
if this device can truly transfer 25Gb in 2 minutes, I'm in. that's 208Mb/s of file operations. bests average sata2 hdd
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#4
WSP
and that is READ speed, not WRITE speed lol
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#5
Mussels
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dodgy marketing at its best.

its rather lame to use theoretical speeds of the bus instead of the real speeds of the device
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#6
$immond$
by: Mussels
dodgy marketing at its best.

its rather lame to use theoretical speeds of the bus instead of the real speeds of the device
Welcome to the real world.
Its called marketing.
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#7
demonbrawn
Regardless, I still wish my laptop had USB 3.0 built into it...
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