Designers of the T-Force M200 portable solid state drive took inspiration from the design of the eponymous sniper rifle
Along with the Siren GD240E processor liquid cooling system, Team Group introduced the M200 portable solid state drive under the T-Force brand. In Japan, he won the 2021 design award. According to the manufacturer, the designers of the M200 drew inspiration from the appearance of the sniper rifle of the same name. In particular, the stripes on the case are intended to evoke associations with the Picatinny rail. But they are made not only for the sake of a spectacular appearance. This is said to improve cooling. In addition, the case protects the drive from damage. The description says that the device can withstand falls from a height of up to 2 m.
The drive is equipped with a USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 interface, which provides read and write speeds up to 2000 MB / s. The M200 can be used with PCs, mobile devices, and PlayStation and Xbox consoles. The 105 x 55.5 x 11mm drive weighs just 83g and is available in 2TB, 4TB and 8TB capacities. The first two options should go on sale in late December for $ 310 and $ 760, respectively. The company promises to start shipping the largest-volume variant in the first quarter of 2022, and it will cost $ 1,900.