TeamGroup Debuts Expert R31 3-in-1 Card Reader For Professionals

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Measures Just 8.5cm!

[Press Release] TeamGroup’s commitment to creativity and consistent workflows has led to the creation of the Expert R31 3-in-1 memory card reader. Designed to offer high speeds and portability in one package, this card reader is ready to meet the demands of content creators and professional photographers.

Thanks to USB 3.2 Gen2x2 Type-C support, the Expert R31 can offer speeds up to 2,000 MB/s. TeamGroup boasts up to 10GB file transfers in under 20 seconds for minimum gaps during important working sessions.

TeamGroup T-Create Expert R31
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For additional versatility, TeamGroup offers support for MicroSD, SD, and CFexpress Type B cards. Meanwhile, the UHS-II, UHS-I, and CFexpress 2.0 standards are also supported.

When paired with TeamGroup’s own lineup of T-Create memory cards, the Expert R31 shines further. The final result is an efficient workflow that keeps professionals going without any interruptions.

TeamGroup will debut the memory card reader later this month. Accompanied by a two-year warranty, the Expert R31 is ready for all your data transfer needs. To learn more about the memory card reader, visit the official website for a detailed breakdown.

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