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Team Announces Aegis C101 USB Disk

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Jun 25, 2010.

  1. btarunr

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    Team Technology Inc. has once again leveraged its powerful R&D capability to launch a new high-speed USB 2.0 flash disk – the C101. The shield shape, carbon fiber pattern and mirror finish combined with fashionable urban colors fusion classic style with modern technology.

    The C101 is provided with the USB 2.0 interface with a bandwidth up to 480 Mbps. With actual read and write speeds of 20MB and 10MB per second, the C101 is available in five different capacities between 2GB and 32GB to meet the needs of different user. The sliding extendable design means the C101 has no need for a cumbersome cap. C101 is also made from environmentally friendly materials, it's the perfect addition to a LOHAS 3C digital lifestyle.

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    The C101 also comes with a battery saving mode in line with Team's insistence on energy-efficiency. It reduces the laptop battery load and computer endurance, making the USB disk that tailor to mobile users. The C101 supports a variety of operating systems and comes with a lifetime original factory warranty.

    As a leading provider of memory storage products to the consumer market, Team Group is committed to providing the best storage, multimedia and data sharing solutions. All Team memory card products come with a lifetime warranty, repair and replacement services.

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    ...and this is supposed to be special how??? I would expect if someone is "leveraging their powerful R&D", I would expect at least more than 10MB/sec write...
     
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    I still laugh at all these "innovative" and "superfast" USB drives when i have a Lexar Lightning II 4GB for like 3 years and it's still the fastest thing far around. I mean, Lexar can read at 35MB/s and write at 25MB/s. That's like 75% faster than this snail here. Not to mention almost legendary Patriot XporterXT 2GB drive from like 4 or 5 years ago. Just a notch slower than Lexar.
     

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