When it made the C117 flash drive, Team Group focused on aesthetics and easy portability more than it did on storage capacity and speed.
Granted, 32 GB is still significant as an upper limit, but the USB 2.0 connection won't win any speed medals.
Fortunately, USB 3.0 performance isn't all that vital for low-capacity drives, like the 4 GB one, so Team should still score a few sales with this line.
That said, C117 comes in an anodized aluminum case with hairline protrusions but an overall simplistic appearance. It measures 35.5 x 12.2 x 4.6 mm (1.39 x 0.48 x 0.18 inches).
All in all, it is a decent storage device for people who don't feel like spending much on such a thing.
Unfortunately, we don't know the price range of the USB stick, but shops should list it soon.