I am working to distribute video clips about new technologies to 15~20 people every 3~4 months.
All of them will watch these on their computer/laptops because they need to use the enclosed models and tools.
This means they have to be able to be read and write.
I choose to send them out in USB sticks.
I would like to find out can WHERE can I buy low capacity USB sticks at a bargain price ?
I would like to just give them away, so they don't have send it back to me.
I only need about 100MB of memory space, but I can't find a place that sell bundle of 20 or 50 pcs of CHEAP USB sticks.
Please help !
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Instead of USB sticks, consider SD cards. 1GB SD memory cards can be had for as little as $5-6. Many modern laptops have SD card readers built in and USB card readers are relatively cheap for a one time purchase."Shut up Wesley!" -- Captain Jean-Luc Picard
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$3.99 is the cheapest for the 128mb
I would check with an advertising agency. Low-capacity USB-sticks are rather common PR gadgets so I guess they can't cost much nowadays.In the beginning the Universe was created. This has made a lot of people very angry and been widely regarded as a bad move.
Where I work I was given a 1 Gig USB Flash setup as bootable to use with Ghost.
When I said Hannah Montana bracelets? The answer was they were the cheapest. $5 each.
A Quick search found these for example. http://www.shopwiki.com/detail/d=Lexar_Media_1GB_Hannah_Montana_USB_Flash_Drive_( Bracelet)/jumpToFirst=t/
Cheap and they can pass them on to kids later when done with them. It is all how you describe them when you send them out.
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Even the Hannah Montana USB stick look okay for us. Not too much Blink that is.
Is there a Sarah Palin edition USB stick out there yet ?
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