Although in some ways USB Flash Drives replace traditional print media, there are cases where our customers wish to give their clients a physical document with accompanying digital information.
Mountain View, CA (PRWEB) October 18, 2011
Flashbay Inc. today rolled out the Clip Series USB flash drive that doubles as a paper clip.
This cute looking and light weight USB flash drive comes in 8 standard colors (with optional pantone matching) and high speed grade-A NAND flash memory from 512MB capacity all the way to 16GB.
Users can easily attach the Clip Series flash drive onto brochures, business cards, or any printed promotional materials like a paper clip. Moreover, digital files such as videos and product catalog that need to accompany the printed documents can be preloaded onto the USB flash drive by Flashbay.
“Although in some ways USB Flash Drives replace traditional print media, there are cases where our customers wish to give their clients a physical document with accompanying digital information. In this case they can clip the Clip Series onto their traditional brochures, prospectuses, or business cards, “ said Charlie Appleton, Flashbay’s product designer.
The Clip Series USB product may be diminutive in size, but it has ample branding areas in the front and back to prominently show the logo in the best light possible. Branding is done by a screen printing process.
Customers can place orders for the Clip Series USB product or request samples starting today.
For more information on this innovative and fun promotional USB flash drive product, check out the full product descriptions and specifications on Flashbay’s Clip Series web page at http://www.flashbay.com/products/clip-flash-drive.html.
Flashbay is a leading supplier of branded USB flash drives. Since 2003, Flashbay has shipped millions of high quality promotional USB flash drives to businesses, schools, and government institutions worldwide.
In addition to an extensive portfolio of branded USB flash drive products, Flashbay also provides data preloading, auto run functions, and other value added solutions.