Monarch butterflies are indeed beautiful. Apparently, they are very popular as well. We simply would like to share the simple beauty of these USB drives with you. Enjoy.
In case you are wondering, the top wing is fully detachable so that you can plug the drive in your computer. Like the drive? Let us make a custom drive for you! Any shape you like; all you need is an idea, photo, or a drawing.
Lately, we’ve been writing more about the custom made USB flash drives. These greatly enhance your presentation with a product that’s truly customized for your brand. While having a custom made drive is effective, all is in the details!
One of the most impressive details is having a molded logo or text on the flash drive, instead of having it silkscreened, laser engraved, or hot-stamped. The branding is raised above the drive or pressed into the drive to create a physical and visual effect that is hard to surpass. In addition, the branding can be done in any color to keep up with your branding needs.
Most of the branded USB flash drives in the market (e.g. Patriot, Corsair, Kingstone) have utilized the molded branding method with their so called rubberized drives. Even though the actual martial is PVC or Silicone, the look of the drive is engaging. The rubberized surface is great to the touch, and when dropped the material protects the internal electronics from shock.
I personally own two large brand flash drives. The Corsair Voyager and Patriot XPorter XT. The images of these drives are below.
It is clearly evident that these drives feature a popping text that is sure to attract attention. The text stands out from the drive body and is highly distinguishable. Most importantly, the drive looks fully thought out, impressive, and complete to represent the company. It is not just a generic drive with a name simply stamped on it.
If you need one more reason to go custom, I think this presentation will make you consider taking a new approach towards the promotional USB drives. When you decide to do a USB flash drive for your promotional needs, go custom; and let us help you making your concept turn into a reality.
It’s hard to keep pace with new technology. We hear it every day – by the time you buy a piece of the newest tech, there is already a newer technology being placed on the shelves of the store or storage shelves of Amazon.
When we think of technological progress, we often time think of consumer electronics in the form of laptops, iPads, and newest phones. However, the same rules apply to other electronic components such as memory chips, hard drives, and processors.
Since most of us do not spend a lot of time looking into the prices of flash memory chips or processors, it is natural not to see the same technological trends and price changes.
This year has been especially interesting for the prices of the USB flash drives. The prices have declined substantially to the levels never seen before. As an example of historical price trend of a 4GB MLC flash memory chip, the average price in 2010 was around $6.25; in 2011 the price came down to around $4.25; for the current year, we are looking at the prices in the $2.00 range. Not surprisingly, the other flash memory chip capacities have also followed a similar price downtrend.
Since, the price of the USB flash drives heavily depends on the price of flash memory, the price of the drives has decreased significantly as well. It’s easy to impress a client with large personalized USB flash drive, and not spend nearly as much as your clients think.
P.S. Check out our store for the up-to-date prices on the USB flash drives. We update the prices frequently to reflect the actual prices of the flash memory.