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  • Getting in Sync (and I don’t mean the band)

    Here is a question I hear at least once a day:

    Hi, my name is (insert name here) and I am looking for a price quote. We currently use CD’s to distribute our content (digital catalog, music, software) and want to switch to USB drives. We don’t have a specific budget in mind, but we pay about $1-2 for CD’s.
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  • Product Review: Spin USB Drive

    Say hello to the Spin drive.

    Standing at 2.17 inches tall, 0.63 inches wide, and 0.35 inches deep, Spin is the most popular model on the market. Almost always, however, it is not used to its full potential.

    Here are some things you probably did not know about Spin.

    1. The [a] Body of the Spin drive can be customized to

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  • USB Drive: Disected (and explained)

    Not everyone knows what a USB drive looks like on the inside. Well, here it is, in all its glory.

    Here is what you can see in the image:

    [a] NAND Flash – This is the memory chip. When you copy files to the drive, this is where they are stored. This type of memory is also used inside camera
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