Team Group launches MiDRIVE storage solution

Team Group launches MiDRIVE storage solution

The Taiwanese memory maker Team Group has announced the new MiDRIVE storage expansion solution, designed exclusively for the Apple MacBook. The new MiDRIVE sports a compact plug-and-play design and fully supports Team Group’s UHS-1 high-speed memory card, which allows end users with MacBook computers to enjoy more storage memory.

As you can probably guess the main feature of the new MiDRIVE is here to expand the storage of MacBook computers. The gizmo comes with an ultra slim and short design and features a chassis that is colored in a classic black and white pattern. Combined with Team Group’s UHS-1 memory card the MiDRIVE offers 64 GB and 128 GB of capacity and reaches read speeds of up to 60 MB/sec and write speeds of up to 20 MB/sec. Users can simply plug the memory card inside a MacBook computer and then they will instantly increase the memory available.

Team Group has not provided pricing and availability information for the MiDRIVE as of now so we can only guess how much the expansion kit costs.

Source: Team Group

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