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Team Group Launches C092 with Shock and Dust Proofing

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Sep 30, 2009.

  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    Team Group launched the whole new C092 pen drive, targeting sporty and young consumers. It is the first thumb drive featuring a sports theme, boasting shock and dust proof functions. And the sliding design shows the careful consideration for the needs of the consumers.

    C092 is a perfect integration of steel and rubber. The steel casing houses the COB to secure the USB interface and the anti-retraction design makes C092 even tougher and more endurable. C092 weights only 8.8g with large capacities from 2GB to 16GB, multiple color choices in red, green, blue, and grey, and with a sleek design.

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    Team C092 pen drive supports multiple operating systems and plug-and-play and is covered under a lifetime warranty. For more information on this product, please visit the Team Group website.

  2. FreedomEclipse

    FreedomEclipse ~Technological Technocrat~

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    'Dust proofing' ???? - it has no mechanical or moving parts it dont NEED dust proofing, your hardly gonna buy one of these & dump it in the loft for a few hundred years before touching it again. OH NOES!! OMG!! I HAZ DUST IN MAH USB!!

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  3. happita


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    The new lows that some companies will stoop to hahahaha. But then again, I've never heard of Team Group before, so...it might just be marketing practice for them :laugh:
  4. aj28

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    How do you shock proof a flash drive, and more importantly, why does it matter? I can see some very, very small amount of logic in dust proofing, but given that most flash drives are pretty well sealed (and a large number of them featuring silicon-coated electronics), I don't see this as much of a unique advantage.

    Please just make it cheap. That's your best shot at being mildly successful with this thing...

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