Friday, February 21st 2020

Team Group Releases the T193 Stationery Flash Drive and the PD1000 Portable SSD

TEAMGROUP releases two storage products, the T193 Stationery Flash Drive and the PD1000 Portable Solid State Drive. The T193 Stationery Flash Drive combines multifunctional stationery design and applications. Functions such as a 180-degree protractor, magnifying glass and magnet are all on this flash drive and offering 128 GB of large capacity available to choose from. PD1000 Portable Solid State Drive uses USB 3.2 Gen2 ultra high-speed interface. The read/write speed is up to 1000/900 MB/s. It complies with the IP68 certification, which is dustproof, waterproof and 1600 kg pressure proof. These two unique and creative devices will change the data storage industry of 2020.

After the T183 Tool Flash Drive was highly praised by major design awards and global consumers, TEAMGROUP has once again released the all new multifunctional T193 Stationery Flash Drive. T193 is the first flash drive that combines stationery and complete protection design. It has functions like a 180-degree protractor, magnifying glass and magnet. In addition, it is made with top aluminium alloy material and it has dust-proof, waterproof and shockproof protection. T193 uses USB 3.2 Gen1 interface and offers large storage capacity from 32 GB to 128 GB. Its multiple functions and special look make it different than other ordinary USB flash drives.
The PD1000 Portable Solid State Drive not only has certified military grade drop resistance which can prevent data corruption caused by accidental drops. It has IP68 certification, which is waterproof, dust-proof and the outer case can withstand heavy pressure up to 1600 kg, protecting consumers' valuable data completely. The PD1000 Portable Solid State Drive uses the latest USB 3.2 Gen 2 ultra high-speed interface. The read/write speed is up to 1000/900 MB/s and it is compatible with operating systems such as Android, Mac OS and Windows, etc. Consumers can easily enjoy the new dual experience of high-speed transfer and ultimate protection.

For more information, visit the product pages of the T193 Stationery and PD1000.
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5 Comments on Team Group Releases the T193 Stationery Flash Drive and the PD1000 Portable SSD

#1
NJM1564
A magnet??? Of all things why a magnet. Like here's your flash drive F you disk drives and credit cards.
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blobster21
NJM1564
A magnet??? Of all things why a magnet. Like here's your flash drive F you disk drives and credit cards.
Myth #2: Magnets can damage or erase USB Drives. USB drives cannot be harmed or altered by magnetic fields. The drives are not built from magnetic materials. So magnets pose no danger to any flash memory including SSDs, SD cards, and external hard drives—even traditional hard drives are immune. In fact, hard drives use powerful magnets to move the head.

5 Myths Surrounding USB Flash Drives
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NJM1564
blobster21
Myth #2: Magnets can damage or erase USB Drives. USB drives cannot be harmed or altered by magnetic fields. The drives are not built from magnetic materials. So magnets pose no danger to any flash memory including SSDs, SD cards, and external hard drives—even traditional hard drives are immune. In fact, hard drives use powerful magnets to move the head.

5 Myths Surrounding USB Flash Drives
That was a joke. Half a joke. Credit cards are still vulnerable. :P
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#4
Valantar
Have to say I quite like just how weird and specialized that drive is, while still arguably being useful in every aspect.
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#5
bonehead123
So now I've seen it all.... the Swiss-army knife of flash drives, just seems kinda funny to me, but I guess it could be usefule here & there :D

Next up will be one that includes a built-in transporter module, mini quantum torpedos, and phase-variance force field generators hahahah.....
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