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Early look at new Team Group USB drives

Team Supreme 32GB pen drives

| Connectivity & Communications News | Posted: May 20, 2008 5:56 am

Jason over at Team Group just sent us through some details regarding the release of some its new USB pen drives that will go on display at Computex Taipei next month.

 

First up is the Team Rainbow Series which come in sizes up to 1GB and we are told there will be many colors available to choose from and we are assured they will be cute and eye-catching.

 

Next up things spice up a little more with the upcoming Team Supreme Series pen drives which are made with premium IC chips and available in sizes from 8GB to 64GB.

 

 


In addition to the fashionable appearance design, the Team USB Disk 08 is equipped with the exclusive virus alert feature to prevent any Team USB disk from becoming a carrier of viruses to your system and to realize information safety in product design. The built-in USB disk manager allows you manage your Team USB disk at great ease, including disk partitioning and encryption, file and data encryption, data synchronization and mobile email management. Team has provided detailed information and recommendations and relevant drivers on its official website to show you how to operate your Team USB disk.

 

Established in 1994, Team Group Inc is a specialist manufacturer of memory modules, memory cards, USB disks and solid state disks. It became one of the frontrunners in the industry within a short time for our excellent operations. Today, Team is a famous and powerful memory module supplier. The Team USB Disk 08 will be announced at Computex Taipei 2008 held during June 3-7, 2008 in Taipei, and displayed at stalls J106-116 and J205-215, Zone J, NanGang Exhibition Hall of the Taipei World Trade Center. Welcome to join us to see their design quality and try their storage capacity.

 

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