Gingle T01 Twist Disk
Gingle was new to me prior to this article, but company representatives promised me that I would be impressed with the T01 Twist Disk's read speeds and lifetime warranty. With read speeds approaching 30 MB/s I can say that Gingle is a competitor for the high speed challenge. The Twist Disk is available in capacities of 1, 2, 4 and 8 GB.
Specifications and Features
The real stand out from the specifications list is the lifetime warranty. Many companies offer this warranty but there are an equal number that offer much shorter terms like 2 year warranties.
The Gingle Twist Disk packaging is colorful yet simple with capacity information as well as PC/Mac compatibility listed.
On the back we found some general statements about the company, but missing from the package was any performance information.
The Gingle T01 Twist Disk
Here we see where the Twist Disk name comes from. With a little pressure on the back of the drive the connection end appears.
Two small holes are on the back side so you can attach the drive to a key ring or other device.
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