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Jan 15, 2015 09:21 |  #16

I ordered 40 - 8gb USB 2.0 sticks with my logo on front and 2 lines of text on the back.
Cost was about $8.25 each after a discount that was offered at the time.

www.photoflashdrive.co​m (external link)

I'm happy with the USB sticks, but yes they are USB 2.0, so they aren't very fast.

I use them for "good" clients and for handouts to people that I know will be passing the photos around.




  
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Jan 19, 2015 14:23 |  #17

I work with Premium USB and we provide custom usb drives printed your logo with unique usb packaging for wedding photographers. Our usb drives are custom printed here in the US so we guarantee quality and quick delivery.

Let me know if any of you need any personal help. Email at arehman@usdigitalmedia​.com* or visit our page for more information: http://www.premiumusb.​com …-usb-flash-drives_494.htm (external link)

Thanks,

Arshad

*US Digital Media is the parent company of Premium USB




  
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Jan 19, 2015 17:13 |  #18

I think USB 2.0 is plenty fast for this use. It will also be plenty fast for most people to continue using. Those of us with the need have been spoiled by USB 3.0. I have a stack of USB drives that all have varying purposes. One of them is a USB 2.0, 1GB drive that holds my work documents. I haven't had a reason to start using a newer one, so I still use this one. I think I only have 1 USB 3.0 thumb drive and it is a hardware encrypted one that I had to get for sensitive work information.


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Mar 31, 2015 02:32 |  #19

I have purchased 60gb USB stick for my company from http://www.promotional​drives.com/ (external link) and http://www.flarian.ae/ (external link) . Really amazing experience with promotional drives. they are providing quality products and price also flexible as compare to other manufacturer.

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Mar 31, 2015 15:07 |  #20

Got mine from https://www.usbmemoryd​irect.com/ (external link). Shopped around and they had the best price at the time. I think it was during a promotion though. Ask for Max he was pretty chill.

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Mar 31, 2015 22:50 |  #21

Dan Kearley wrote in post #17369491 (external link)
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Took me a while to work it out too. Go to the top of the page, on the right. Click the "Follow Thread" link. It will transform into a ticked box. If you want to unfollow a thread click on the box to untick it.


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Apr 03, 2015 01:27 as a reply to  @ TomPhotoMedia's post |  #22

the prices were pretty reasonable, waiting for samples


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