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USB Pen Drive

Posted 10-06-2008 at 01:45 AM by jenudsouza

USB Flash drive is also called a USB Pen drive. It is very small in size and very safe and fast to access. You can store your data’s and can carry along with you anywhere you go, now you don’t need to take your laptop or Floppy Disks or Hard Drive.

There are few products that are as easy to use as the USB pen drives. They simply connect to the USB port of a Windows PC or Apple Mac and can be used to backup data’s, you can save photos, or just move your data’s from one computer to another.

Saving data onto solid state storage is very safe, as there are no moving parts, so the USB memory stick is a good option if you need to backup or carry important data around. It is also very small in size but big on capacity also works fast.

The 1GB USB Memory Flash drive can store a huge amount of data, inspite of tiny in size and weigh next to nothing. Flash disks transfer data at around 8MB/second while writing data, and around 12MB/second while reading files.

The transfer speed will of course, vary from computer to computer. Personalize your own flash drive. The personalized USB pen drives can be supplied in gift boxes, aluminium cases, or just in bulk. It is perfect for gifts to customers, employees, even to your friends.

There is no minimum order quantity when buying a customized pen drive. Prices are also very competitive; please contact us at 123discountshop.com for more information.


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