Preload & Data Services for Your USB Flash Drives
We offer a variety innovative options to deliver your custom content, whether it is a simple PDF catalog, a web page set to prompt the user for launch, or a dazzling Flash presentation with your sales pitch. Our preload options can add power and lasting impact to your promotional marketing campaign.
For more advanced content delivery like software distribution and other kinds of integrated data solutions, we offer advanced data-security and encryption software, custom icon creation, and much more. See below for details and call or send an email to Sales@CustomUSB.com to discuss your project.
We copy your content to your flash drives and users can access it at will.
Perfect for a "soft sell" or for distributing software and other data content to users who know what they're getting.
Data Security and Encryption
Through partnerships with USB data-security and encryption specialists we are able to offer our clients advanced systems for securing data on their portable devices and host computers. Click here for more detailed information on this powerful software.
Make all or some of your preload content files non-erasable by locking them in a CD-ROM partition:
Your PC will treat this section of your Flash Drive storage space as if it were a CD that cannot be deleted or overwritten.
Custom Icon Creation
A customized icon to replace the default drive icon associated with your Flash Drive device.
A very popular option for Portable Media Player orders, value-added resellers, and software/media distributors.
Choose to have certain files hidden from normal user access, such as support-files that may clutter an otherwise well-organized Flash Drive or data-collecting files that cannot be locked nor compromised.
Select a range of hexadecimal values to be serialized in each unit's device properties.
IMPORTANT: With the exception of the Standard Preload, the above options will only work reliably on a Windows-based computer (and newer than Windows 98). Talk to a sales rep for info on how to have content accesible on a Mac while still having non-standard options work on a Windows PC.