Team uses a highly reflective package that makes taking photos of it difficult. After a little work we were able to make it so the text would show in the picture. Here we see that Team lists some of the benefits of solid state technology, but not a lot of information about the drive itself.
On the back we found an interesting item in the Features at the top left. When Team Group announced their new G1 they also announced an R1 model that retains the 2.5 inch form factor but has two SSDs running in RAID 0 like the PhotoFast V5 we tested several months before. Little has been said about the R1 since the press release went out, but hopefully we see it in the test lab soon.
Also on the back we found specific information about the G1 like the 2 year warranty and speed numbers.
The packaging was well thought out and we didn't have any major obstacles to get around before getting to the drive. I skimmed over the manual and found that it would be helpful if you have never removed a drive before.
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