TEAM Group Supreme U100 64GB Pen Drive (HD) Video Review
Today we are presenting you with a quick video review of the TEAM Group Supreme U100 64GB pen drive flash disk. And this will be our first high-definition (HD) video for you!
We realize that pen drives are a dime a dozen and that everyone makes them, but that is even better reason for a company to work hard and produce a pen drive that you actually want to call yours and something you would be proud carrying around with you.
TEAM Group sent us its new Supreme 64GB pen drive and it is one of those pen drives that we would like to be seen with. It is built using a fancy aluminum finish which feels like smooth and soft leather and is very nice to hold and use. It also is built using a rather unique cap design which uses rails down each side of the drive in a non-removable type design that is also a great addition.
Watch our video review below to learn more. Remember to click the "HD" button at the bottom of the video to view the video the way it was made to be watched.
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