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ďƒ˜USB flash drives, or memory sticks, are a multifaceted promotional item that covers both the consumer and corporate market, with application to a variety of uses and packing capabilities that go well beyond transferring and storing files. They are called "flash drive" because they use flash memory to store files. But their usages are not just limited to transferring and copying files. They have a lot of other uses that you may not be aware of.


Uses of USBs:

•Store important data and files •Conference, Seminar, Tradeshows •Promote your skills •Distributing content •Promote new products •Brand Awareness •Schools •Run standalone applications •E-brochures •Fund Raising •Promotional gifts


Benefits of USBs:

•Create easy-start menus to present your content on USB •Excellent promotional item for your business •Link loaded data to your website and other online information and messages •You can print your logo, brand name, web address etc. on USB •Effective media for large data transfer •The USB drive can be turned into a "key" that can unlock the computer when plugged in, and lock it upon removing. If someone tries to access your PC without the key they will be hit with the "ACCESS DENIED" message.


Media Movers are leaders in USB branding and packaging. We supply customized USB Flash Drives Australia, personalized printing, and custom USB memory sticks with data loading and various packaging options. Our USB capacities range from 128MB – 32GB, subject to availability. Our optional add-ons to USBs range from key-rings, memory sticks, presentation options, plain or printed lanyards, through to turnkey mailing and fulfillment solutions.


USB Flash Drives Australia: Get a Complete Turnkey Solution with Media Movers  

Transferring your file/data is probably the most common use for a USB flash drive. But there's a world of other things you can do with these...

USB Flash Drives Australia: Get a Complete Turnkey Solution with Media Movers  

Transferring your file/data is probably the most common use for a USB flash drive. But there's a world of other things you can do with these...

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