Sunday, September 15th 2013

Team Group's New Artistic Approach to the Ubiquitous USB 3.0 Thumb Drive

Hundreds and thousands of storage products are now selling everywhere in an immense variety of shapes and sizes. There are also so many different types of new generation USB3.0 flash drives which have top line performance. However, performance alone can only partly satisfy consumer needs and demands; not only do people favor access speed, they must also be able to display personal style and uniqueness. This is the kind of perfect product that the Team Group T132 is! The designers from Team Group started with the idea of using the lines from a bird's nest with fine zinc alloy to create a refined look. The material they used for surface is processed with sandblasting; emitting a low-key and introverted silver glow, which further displays the calm tone of natural craftsmanship. It uses hollow interlaced lines that soften the hard metal design and comes along with slip-proof function. On the other hand, it also uses a one-piece cap-less design, totally eliminating the worry of losing the cover.

In addition to having a natural and meaningful design, the T132 also uses the new generation COB packaging technology, vastly reducing the weight and volume of the flash drive. It uses the high speed USB3.0 interface, with the addition of the newest control chip model, allows its read performance to easily reach 85MB/s. Also, in order to satisfy the data storage needs of different user groups, the T132 comes with many capacity selections including 16 / 32 / 64GB. It also has water-proof and dust-proof protection, allowing the user to have a stress free experience experience with the drive.
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2 Comments on Team Group's New Artistic Approach to the Ubiquitous USB 3.0 Thumb Drive

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micropage7
i have to say i like the pattern, pretty artistic
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xvi
However, performance alone can only partly satisfy consumer needs and demands; not only do people favor access speed, they must also be able to display personal style and uniqueness.
Looking at my collection of USB flash drives, I'd say it's only about access speed (and size).
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