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TeamGroup introduces T-Force Spark RGB USB drive & Elite SDXC memory card

TeamGroup is about to expand its portable storage solutions portfolio with a new USB flash drive and a new memory card. Both the T-Force Spark RGB USB drive and the Elite SDXC memory card bring a “fresh new look to storage devices” and offer high capacity in a portable format for your data.

The Spark RGB USB flash drive features a “capless design” that uses a sliding connector. The RGB lighting is located on the opposite side of the connector and works as a smart capacity status indicator, displaying a blue, yellow and red light according to the capacity ratio during data transfers (Windows only). The normal RGB lighting effects still work on other platforms.

Measuring 60.9×20.4×8.6mm (LxWxH) and weighing just 25g, this flash drive will be available with 128GB capacity, using USB 3.2 Gen1 to reach read speeds of up to 180MBps, and write speeds of up to 90MBps.

As per TeamGroup, the Elite SDXC memory card was “designed for mainstream 4K Ultra HD video”, ideal for DSLR cameras. Rated with UHS-I specification and video speed class 30 (V30), this memory card reaches read/write speeds of up to 90/45MBps.

This memory card will be available in 64GB, 128GB and 256GB models. Additionally, it was tested to withstand high temperatures, but it also comes with waterproof, shockproof, anti-X ray and anti-static features.

The T-Force Spark RGB USB will cost $25, while the Elite SDXC card will start at $14.99 for the 64GB model, $22.99 for the 128GB model, and $40.99 for the 256GB model. Both products are backed by a lifetime warranty. Availability details were not shared. You can learn more about the T-Force Spark RGB USB HERE, and the Elite SDXC card HERE.

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KitGuru says: Which one of these storage solutions would better fulfil your needs? Do you like the aesthetics of the Spark RGB USB?

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