Team Group unveils new soccer flash drives

Team Group unveils new soccer flash drives

The 2014 FIFA World Cup will be one of the most significant sports events this year and guess what – it starts about 20 days from now. Of course hardware makers have not missed this moment and if you happen to both love soccer and then need a new flash drive Team Group has you covered – thanks to two new flash drives that belong to the T141 line.

Targeting soccer fans the T141 line offers two models with a capacity of 8 GB for each one of them. This is okay but we are sure that something else will catch your attention – the drives come in yellow and red that depict the classic soccer cards for warning and dismissal, respectively. Team Group goes one step further though – the company has enhanced the drives with imprints of soccer in the goals that allow you to imagine the pleasure of scoring every time you use the drives.

The T141 line supports USB 2.0 and comes with lifetime warranty. The pricing of the drives is unknown at the moment but chances are they will not be that expensive.

Source: Team Group

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