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Team Group Announces T-Force Gaming-grade MicroSD Cards and Adapters

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TEAMGROUP is launching two new products today: the blazing-fast Gaming A2 CARD designed for the growing number of competitive gamers and the magnetic SSD Adaptor, which provides PC building enthusiasts and consumers space for quick and comfortable SSD installation. To take the lead in the competitive gaming hardware market, TEAMGROUP adopted novel approaches and considered the needs of different users to create these one-of-a-kind products for the T-FORCE Series product line.

Recognizing the booming development of the mobile gaming industry combined with the mass adoption of smartphones, T-FORCE has seized the opportunity to launch the first microSD memory card designed specifically for mobile gamers with the Gaming A2 CARD. It has read/write speeds up to 100/90 MB/s and the UHS Speed Class 3 (U3) and Video Speed Class 30 (V30) ratings, meaning players will be able to use it to instantly record games in 4K video. In addition to being excellent for recording long sessions, the card also offers 256 GB and 512 GB of storage and is capable of random read/write speeds of over 4000 IOPS and 2000 IOPS, respectively, easily meeting A2 standards. The Gaming A2 CARD is optimized for mobile applications and devices, such as Android smartphones and tablets, the 100% compatible Nintendo Switch, and other portable gaming devices. With this specially designed card, storage for all these devices can be easily expanded for a more enjoyable and smoother gaming experience.



The T-FORCE SSD Adaptor is a magnetic Adaptor for 2.5" solid-state drives and is made of galvanized steel. Thoughtfully designed with the user in mind, the bottom of the bracket is shaped for easy installation and removal. The bracket's powerful magnets also allow the user to find the best spot in their case to place their RGB SSD and show off its dazzling lights. As long as the 2.5" SSD fits the standard screw hole size, it can be effortlessly locked into place. The whole installation process is easy and efficient with the T-FORCE SSD Adaptor, making it ideal for those who enjoy customization and expressing their unique style.



For more information, visit the product pages of the T-Force MicroSD and T-Force SSD Adaptor.

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Soooo....

Now, in addition to merely playing games on mobile devices, we are being led to believe that we should also be recording them too......

Unless you use some seriously heavy duty compression, a 512GB card seems a little small for this task, yes ?

I know video codecs are alot more efficient than they used to be, but still, I have to question the actual feasibility of this whole idea :)

As for that SSD adapter, I was using velcro long before this thing came around (for mounting additional drives where no actual mounting points existed), so me thinks I will find something else to spendz that $10 on :)
 
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