Aria have these: 2Gb Aluminium Turbo USB2 Pen Drive - Aria Technology £2.87 each exc vat
Little-Miss (9th January 2009)
the data travelers look crap . .lol never liked them.
The sandisk's look ok though.
Got a quote from SCC Yesterday for 10 2GB Kingston USB, They wanted £3.21 each. Had 1000's in stock.
Well i never!
fashion police for memory sticks.
I like the data travelers as they have a very strong key attachment. this means they very rarely get lost.
i got the 2gb kingston drives for about 2.90 i think from Misco.
Misco are my preferred supplier, but they don't have any in stock.
CPLTD (9th January 2009)
Nedders (9th January 2009)
Someones been tweaking the advertising
lol, i never noticed..
I've just been in touch with a company that prints logos on them and stuff....which i thought was pretty cool (excuse earlier ramblings).
I showed them the price that Aria had them at and the reply was...
"At £3.30 to include VAT they must be selling recycled memory which is something you do not want. We sell Grade A or Grade B USB 2.0."
Is this really a problem?
Remember, The USB Company sponsor on here too. Give them a shout.
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I've now got this image in my mind... A workhouse of children in China all unsoldering (can you even do that?) memory chips test and resoldering them onto fresh circuit boards.
Also the idea of 'Grade A' or 'Grade B' memory worries me some what. "Oh that memorys Grade B, If your unlucky enough to need to store data in this part of the memory array - well don't that's all I'm saying!?!"
I gete kingston for 2.90, i doubt they use recycled memory.
I too am looking at getting in bulk memory sticks, and the ability to have them with the school logo would be a bonus.
Little-Miss: which company were you speaking to about branding them and how much per stick was it costing?
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