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Team Launches New Dual-Interface USB Disk X092

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  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    Technology advances constantly. When the speed of USB 2.0 can no longer fulfill the expanding demand of modern people, storage technology with faster speed, lower power consumption and greater convenience emerges out of consumer demands. Eyeing at the developmental potential of e-SATA, Team Group Inc launches the X092 USB disk Fire Shadow as its masterpiece for the year. A shining red and black appearance, this dual-color design inoculates the idea of fire and shadow. Equipped with the e-SATA and USB interfaces, Fire Shadow allows users to enjoy the ultrafast speed of e-SATA and the no-external-power-required convenience of USB devices all in one disk.

    The X092 from Team is designed with the quadruple channel technology to evenly distribute data reading and writing task to four storage devices in order to effectively enhance the read-write speed. As the read-write speed of e-SATA is 110MB/s and 40MB/s respectively, i.e. triply faster than USB2.0, it takes only 42 seconds to copy a 4.5GB movie file, making it the dream option among all PnP storage devices. In addition to the 16GB and 32GB models, the X092 has the 64GB model tailored for power users, allowing them to download and store valuable data anywhere anytime. Therefore, the X092 is tailored for consumers demanding super capacity and super speed mobile storage in great convenience.

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    In addition to the RoHS-compliant power consumption design, the X092 is only 24 gram in weight to make it environmental, easy to use and easy to carry. Team X092 USB Disk supports multiple operating systems and is covered under a 2 years warranty. For more information on this product, please visit the Team Group website.

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  2. Hayder_Master

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    very nice cool idea what about new version with USB 3.0
     
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    Nice. Where is the eSATA port? On the back?
     
  4. Breathless New Member

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    and don't forget, it's "triply faster"
     
  5. Andy77 New Member

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    I think both eSATA and USB are all packed in the same port... so you won't be using it only on MSI's with power-eSATA ports. On any other board it will be using the USB interface.
     
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    eh? :rolleyes:
     
  7. Cheeseball

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    The E-SATA port is on the opposite side.
     
  8. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    pics show esata written on the back of the drive
     
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    to inoculate, verb

    1. (transitive, immunology) To introduce an antigenic substance or vaccine into the body to produce immunity to a specific disease.
    2. (transitive, by extension) To safeguard or protect something as if by inoculation.


    So they safeguarded the pen by vaccinating it with fire and shadow. Makes sense to me :confused:
     
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    exactly... :wtf:
     

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