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Custom moulded USB drives

As the progression of digital media continues, it's been interesting to see demand move in a direction we didn't predict.

We've been delivering blank and duplicated media since 1995 when the 3 1/2 inch floppy disc had taken the mantle from the 5 1/4 inch floppy disc only to be superseded by first the CD, then the DVD and more recently the Blu-Ray disc.

We've been amazed to see this progression detour slightly over the last few years towards the far more practical and effective USB drive.
Offering reusability, a range of capacities, shapes, sizes and styles, the USB drive offers a flexible range of options, something traditional storage mediums (diskettes, CDs, DVDs and Blu-Rays) never seemed to offer.

More recently, we've welcomed the flexibility and options afforded by the custom moulded USB drive. To put it simply, USB drives, offering the same level of quality and storage are now able to be moulded into any shape you like as a means of increasing the promotional and branding impact of your product. Some recent examples we've provided are bricks, cranes, cats, abstract shapes, balls and more.

Of course, quality should always come first - what good is a brilliant and original design if the chipset it houses doesn't work.
As one Australia's leading memory suppliers we offer a full guarantee on all memory we sold. We also provide free advice on what shapes will and wont work for your next project.

Call one of our DiskBank offices in Perth (08) 9388 0800 or Sydney on 1300 66 38 21.
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