Power Bank Packaging

power bank packaging

The world runs on mobile. And whether you’re using Android or iOS, your charging needs are the same. It explains why power banks are one of the fastest growing markets out there today. As our devices–even beyond smartphones and tablets to cameras, laptops, etc.–require high battery support to run efficiently, the need to provide that…

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Higher Ed Flashdrives Bring Versatility to Campus

university and higher ed flashdrives

Higher ed flashdrives are one of the most versatile options out there when it comes to promotions.  Okay, yes, we might be slightly biased when it comes to creating packaging for these types of customized giveaways. But it’s with good reason. Higher education is about knowledge. Sharing it, preserving it, and advancing it. USB drives…

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Digital Textbooks Transform Learning

digital textbooks

In the United States, college costs a lot of money. In addition to tuition, room and board, the average student spends anywhere from $500 to $1500 annually on textbooks. Used bookstores and online retailers can soften the blow a bit, but publishers need to find ways around the growing used and rental market. Digital textbooks…

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Portable Batteries Power Campuses

Ultimate USB drive

The battle for bandwidth has begun. On college campuses, at least. EdTech reports that many universities are working hard to meet the bandwidth needs on different campuses. With most students connecting at least two mobile devices to any given network, it’s no easy task. The flip side is finding ways to keep these devices powered…

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Why Higher Ed USB Drives Make the Perfect Gift

higher ed usb drives

Cross channel marketing is everywhere nowadays, but just starting to bleed into the higher education realm, which tends to take a slower approach to adapting trends. They tend to avoid that *shiny object syndrome* that can easily captivate–and manipulate–less seasoned industries. While it varies from institution to institution, marketing for colleges and universities is a…

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Custom USB Drives Wishlist

custom usb toolkit and usb security

Like the song says, it takes different strokes to move the world. Especially when it comes to things of a personal nature, like custom USB drives. Oh, it might not seem like a personal thing. But our data is an intensely personal thing–or so it’s becoming in this day. We live in a time where…

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Flashdrive Security & Password Protection

flashdrive security & password protection

Yahoo recently revealed that the usernames, passwords, and security q&a were stolen from billions of users in 2013. This is in addition to the 500 million users affected in 2014 from stolen data. Even if you don’t use Yahoo–or just created an account for access to Flickr or some other web service–this has implications for you….

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University Flashdrives & Recruitment

Florida Poly University Flashdrives

I still remember the pure excitement I experienced when I found out that I was accepted to my number one choice for college. I was so happy, so excited, I couldn’t wait to tell the world. I texted everyone I knew (well, everyone who I knew would care), and immediately made plans to stop by…

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Flash Memory Innovation Moves Into 3D

Flash memory moves into 3D (image from Intel)

Physical limitations are unavoidable. When it comes to technology, like our smartphones or tablets, there is only so much memory to pack into an area of silicon. As devices start to trend lighter and thinner (we won’t say smaller since phablets are a thing), the space is decreasing while the demand increases. It’s a perfect…

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USB-C -ometh: The Next Wave of Apple Products

USB-C photo from Android Central

As technology matures, so do the ports that link our devices. The USB-C is rumored to be built in to Apple’s next generation of Macbook Pros. As the herald for many up-and-coming tech and hardware features–well, in this millenia, anyways–Apple tends to go all-in when it comes to new and new-ish features. Remember the hubbub…

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