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Monday, 21 September 2009 00:00
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Team Group Supreme U100 64GB USB flash drive review
Team Group Supreme U100 64GB USB flash drive
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Team Group Supreme U100 64GB USB flash drive review

While discussing USB flash storage drives in the past, we've frequently referred to the changing nature of data storage and portability, from the days where you never used to worry about needing to carry any data with you, through to happily carrying the odd floppy disk and CD or DVD around, to this modern age where it seems that, for many of us, it's almost criminal not to leave the house without a flash drive in some shape or form.

While some of the focus over the past couple of years has been all about improving data transfer, read and write speeds for USB flash storage media, brought about largely by Windows Vista's "ReadyBoost" functionality and certification program coupled with the genuine desire to move data faster (as seen via the likes of OCZ's eSATA capable Throttle flash device), there's also been just as much of a focus on ramping up capacities in line with peoples desires to take ever more data with them; or, at least, to have enough room to spare to take vast amounts of data with them if they so wish.

This brings us to the subject of today's review, and the largest capacity flash drive yet to pass through our review dungeon - With 64GB to spare there's no doubt that it can hold a lot of data (and I'll leave you to decide amongst yourselves whether you need that kind of portable capacity), but how does it stack up in performance, aesthetic and useability terms?  Let's not dawdle, so click "Next" to find out.

 



 
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