Promotional USB Drives

Looking for some snappy new company schwag? Look no more! Promotional USB drives are the hottest ticket in corporate trinketry. Imagine your company logo custom printed on a spiffy USB drive. It’s a no-brainer … what gadget-loving geek wouldn’t dig a free promotional USB drive? Forget those run-of-the-mill corporate gifts, your company needs to order a bunch of USB promo drives like the wicked cool (and high-capacity) critters we just dug up …

We found promotional USB drives in every shape imaginable. (The storage capacities, on the other hand, are rather standard 64, 128, 256, and 512 MB, as well as the more pricey 1 and 2 GBs.)

Whether you’re looking for something with a cutting-edge futuristic feel or a purely retro design, the choices are endless. USB drives can be incorporated into pens, bracelets, key fobs, calculators, and even Swiss Army knives.

Yes, my friends … now you can file your nails, clip your nose hairs, and download your files … all with one handy device, courtesy of Branders.

When it comes to imprinting a corporate logo, Screen printing is just one of the options. Want to go upscale? Many leather promo USB drive cases can be logo embossed, while metal cases can be laser engraved. Swanky!

iPromo offers a host of interesting promotional USB drives. The company’s custom shaped USB flash drives come in all shapes — from race cars and SUVs to sneakers, vending machines, and pills. Soccer fans will enjoy their World Cup USB drives — available with flags of all of the participating countries. (You might want to forget about ordering a USA version for the time being … lest you risk it dropping out after the first round.)

brandeditems’ USB drive keyring with LED flashlight looks like a handy little device. But what’s that … you want your trinket to do triple-duty? Check out the company’s nifty USB flash memory pen with a built-in laser pointer.

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  • Jennifer Vangampler

    I would be interested in finding out how to acquire flash drives with my school’s logo on them. The Student Council would like to sell them as a fundraiser.
    Jennifer Vangampler

  • Dan Gray

    Scads of companies sell custom imprinted flash (USB) drives. I mentioned two in the article, but there are many others. Stick with the established names — companies that will stand behind their products.


  • Ed

    For a fundraiser, look at this one from iPromo:

    The display is cool, and would be a good selling point. Also consider the MP3 players on the same site. They sell small USB drive type players all the way up to video iPods!


  • anonymous

    I see promos online where they claim to give you a USB drive, usually 128MB or under.

    I have yet to actually receive one of them.

  • cad services

    Great gadget,

    Custom Shaped USB is a very popular and cool gadget. Many differents companies do own USB Drive or USB Hubs. It’s really cool for clients have something different which you can’t buy in a shop.

    We also projecting and manufacturing Custom Shaped USB, so we can do any shape you want.
    CAD Service

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for the tips Matt. Dishnetwork is not much better when you cancel. Trying to get the return box was a hassle. At least Dish uses UPS for their returns which you can track quite easily online.

  • Blake Herring

    Chris I salute you for going all in to mystical world of internet video :) Good on you! Still wish HBO offered standalone online sub, Great article I will keep your advice in mind next time I have to fend off the DirectTV drones :)

    • Matt Hartley

      Thanks for the kind words. However I would ask you to take a closer look under the title. I realize the contrast is a bit sketchy, but here it is. 😉

      “Posted by Matt Hartley on Jun 23, 2011″

  • Anonymous

    If you think that DirectTV cancellation was a problem, don’t even THINK of ever subscribing to DISH network. They make it so easy to originally subscribe (really, a pleasure), but cancellation is next to impossible. Not only do they make promises that they don’t keep (publically advertised and on their website, too, promises) but they absolutely certainly don’t keep promises that they make when you ATTEMPT to cancel. They keep you on hold white pushing you UP to higher level administrators and they, too, make it difficult, and push you up, again, to still higher administrators, giving you the idea that they don’t believe that ANYONE would ever WANT to cancel. Finally, in exasperation, I not only followed up my cancellation with an email confirming it and an email to my credit card company to also tell of the concellation and instructing them to refuse further charges from DISH. Well, THAT should have done it. However, DISH not only continued to bill for months afterwards (even though the credit card company DID NOT accept or pay the charges) and DISH went on for years (yes, I mean and meant “years”) of getting a succession of “debt collectors” to continue to threaten legal action if I did not pay. DISH is the worst supplier of ANYTHING that I’ve ever come across in my entire lifetime.

  • neonguru

    But everybody already has QR Droid.

  • Anonymous

    I heads off for your wonder article.. I am damn sure that 75% users are not aware what is the deal with the return box and which information should keep in our mind.