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General Chat Thread, I need a load of memory sticks in General; I know i keep banging on about kinston but thats all we use here, you can get them logo'd but ...
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    I know i keep banging on about kinston but thats all we use here, you can get them logo'd but i think you have to order quite a few to get this done.

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    we're probably looking at 100 x 2gb or 4gb. doesn't even have to be fancy, just the school name and address would be useful.
    would be amazingly useful if we could have individually branded ones with teacher initials but maybe im just wanting the moon on a stick

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    Erm someone, sorry whoever it was, mentioned them on this thread earlier...

    Custom USB Flash Drives and Memory Sticks. Bulk and Promotional. 1gb | 2gb | 4gb | 8gb.

    They quoted..(i asked for cheapest lol! Not spending my budget on something they are gonna lose!)

    Standard Drives (Moak, Twister, Chip, Clip, Union, Trend, Task, Pod, Power, Popular, Ranger, Summit, Client, Material, Jock, Bulb, Bell, Domino, Light, Wristband)

    50 x 2GB USB Flash Drives @ £4.85 per unit +VAT

    Prices include;

    · Free printing of your logo or any wording (up to 4 spot colours)
    · Free neck strap or key ring


    Which i feel is pretty good, but i kinda feel fobbed off with the "recycled memory" lol...(glad im not the only one that hasn't heard of that)

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    Ok Dos_Boss will look now!

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    aaahhh

    confidential infomation on a memory stick with a school name.

    I await that one in the papers! :P


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    Well that's what i was mumbling about earlier..

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    potential with this thread....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little-Miss View Post
    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?
    lol...at a guess I would just say that cant compete, as Aria can buy in such enourmous bulk and they obviously cant so they're trying to scare you off
    If the Aria ones are branded they'll be exactly the same as any others

    Sometimes is better to pay a bit more and support a smaller business though

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    Quote Originally Posted by MK-2 View Post
    would be amazingly useful if we could have individually branded ones with teacher initials but maybe im just wanting the moon on a stick
    Well actually, the USB Company which dos_box mentioned ealier does do individual printing, 90p each onto i think.

    I've had some info off them, forgot to name drop though! I think they are slightly more expensive, whereas the other custom company offered free keyrings and lanyards these charge 10p and 15p each.

    Delivery will be £15 for 50, didnt check the other company though.

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    Just had a flyer in my pigeon hole today from a company selling memory sticks and one that has caught my attention is the Integral Crypto.



    Here's the spec:

    The Integral Crypto Drive offers Premium AES 256 bit Security and is the most secure and durable of all Integral USB Flash Drives available.
    Capacities available: 1GB, 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, 16GB

    The Integral Crypto Drive is one of the most secure USB Flash Drives available today

    Sensitive data stored on the Crypto Drive cannot be compromised in the event of the loss or theft of the Flash Drive

    With its rugged design, military level security and intelligent software, the Crypto Drive is the ideal choice for secure data storage

    Military Level Security – AES 256 bit hardware encryption. Mandatory encryption of all files (100% privacy)

    Secure Entry - Data cannot be accessed or removed without the correct high strength 6-16 character password

    Brute-force Password Attack Protection – Data will be automatically erased after 6 failed access attempts and Drive reset

    Personal ID Function (optional) – Contact details can be added so that Drive can be returned, whilst confidential data remains secure

    Zero Footprint – No software installation required

    Rugged Design - Steel inner casing and rubberised outer casing, designed to protect the data if dropped, crushed, splashed, or subjected to tampering attempts

    Easy To Use - Pre-loaded user guide in 22 languages

    System Requirements:

    Windows ME/2000/XP/Vista
    N.B. Crypto Drive is not Mac OS Compatible


    Now these look pretty good to me and there considerably cheaper that the IronKey devices. The prices I have got are:
    2GB - £13.95
    4GB - £21.95
    8GB - £28.95

    Can any of the companies CPLTD, SCL or others beat these prices?

    Has anyone got one of these drives? Are they any good?
    Last edited by jamin100; 12th January 2009 at 12:19 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamin100 View Post
    Just had a flyer in my pigeon hole today from a company selling memory sticks and one that has caught my attention is the Integral Crypto.



    Here's the spec:

    The Integral Crypto Drive offers Premium AES 256 bit Security and is the most secure and durable of all Integral USB Flash Drives available.
    Capacities available: 1GB, 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, 16GB

    The Integral Crypto Drive is one of the most secure USB Flash Drives available today

    Sensitive data stored on the Crypto Drive cannot be compromised in the event of the loss or theft of the Flash Drive

    With its rugged design, military level security and intelligent software, the Crypto Drive is the ideal choice for secure data storage

    Military Level Security – AES 256 bit hardware encryption. Mandatory encryption of all files (100% privacy)

    Secure Entry - Data cannot be accessed or removed without the correct high strength 6-16 character password

    Brute-force Password Attack Protection – Data will be automatically erased after 6 failed access attempts and Drive reset

    Personal ID Function (optional) – Contact details can be added so that Drive can be returned, whilst confidential data remains secure

    Zero Footprint – No software installation required

    Rugged Design - Steel inner casing and rubberised outer casing, designed to protect the data if dropped, crushed, splashed, or subjected to tampering attempts

    Easy To Use - Pre-loaded user guide in 22 languages


    Now these look pretty good to me and there considerably cheaper that the IronKey devices. The prices I have got are:
    2GB - £13.95
    4GB - £21.95
    8GB - £28.95

    Can any of the companies CPLTD, SCL or others beat these prices?

    Has anyone got one of these drives? Are they any good?
    Do these have hardware encryption or are they still using software encryption?

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    Quote Originally Posted by timbo343 View Post
    Do these have hardware encryption or are they still using software encryption?
    Military Level Security – AES 256 bit hardware encryption. Mandatory encryption of all files (100% privacy)

    Here's a link to Integral - Linky

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    Secure Entry - Data cannot be accessed or removed
    without the correct high strength 6-16 character
    password

    Intelligent Protection - Data will be automatically
    erased after 6 failed access attempts. Drive is then
    reset and can be re-used
    Are these for teachers

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterW View Post
    Are these for teachers
    lol yeh.. 6 attempts . . . hmmm.
    Well it would just be tough! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamin100 View Post
    Military Level Security – AES 256 bit hardware encryption. Mandatory encryption of all files (100% privacy)

    Here's a link to Integral - Linky
    Ah i missed that...



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