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Team launches Diamond (D603) USB Drive

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Dec 25, 2008.

  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    The bling-bling fashion has spread to communication, computing and consumer electronics. Eyeing the developmental potential of the women’s market, Team Group, Taiwan’s leading memory maker, announced today (21st) the brand new Diamond (D603) USB disk. In addition to continuing Team’s fingerprint matchbox appearance and smart design for users to open it with just a gentle push, an eye-catching Swarovski crystal is embedded on the aluminum shell that brings the minimalist style over the top, making the Diamond USB disk sparkle with hip-hop bling-bling fashion. In short, Team’s Diamond D604 is an absolute interpretation of aesthetics and technology.

    The handy and cute Diamond D603 is equipped with a contractible USB connector, so that users will not have to worry about losing the cap. In addition to this thoughtful design, the Diamond D603 is really small and lightweight, simply 28.6mm by 13.2mm by 3.2mm and 3g. It is offered in three colors, gold, purple and titanium; and three capacity options, 2GB/4GB/8GB. Together with the zinc-alloy Team shield pendent, users can put it on their mobile, key or in front of the chest to display the bling-bling charm of Diamond D603.


    According to Team Group President Danny Hsia, “To meet the needs of different consumers and luxurious item lovers, we add fashion elements to our products. Besides tailoring products for consumers, we have endeavored to enhance our process capacity and sharpen technology R&D. The Diamond D603 is an outcome of such an idea. We hope that we can inject new energy to the industry with such an attempt, and to start a new wave of technology and fashion together.”

    The Diamond D603 supports various operating systems and is PnP. More importantly, it comes with the lifetime warranty from Team. If you want to learn more about the Diamond D603, please visit Team’s official website at.


    Source: Team Group
  2. Haytch


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    These D603's look a lot like the Rambus sticks Centrecom is selling for $15au. Yep thats right, 8gb USB sticks with basically the same specifications for $15au. Whats the catch ? They are all RED. Centrecom here in Melbourne recieved too many boxes of them, all red.

    I gutted mine and had it dipped in see-thru plastic, pulled out and then cut back into shape. I like the see-thru look much better :) Please note, it now weighs a lot more then 3grams L:(

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