The Jake™ USB Drive
Protective about what slides into your pocket protector? You won't have to worry about this flash drive falling out of your pocket. The Jake has a pocket clip on its cap to attach securely onto your shirt pocket or even to a bag.
The Jake™ Flash Drive Specifications
Material: Hard Plastic
Sizes: 256 MB, 512 MB, 1 GB, 2 GB, 4 GB, 8 GB, 16 GB
Standard Colors: Silver, White, Exact color matching available
Imprint size: 40mm x 10mm
Full Color Process Dome Imprint: included
Shipping & Packaging
Ship Weight: approx. 4.5 lbs per 100 Packaging: Plastic Sleeve or White Paper Box
Some recommended accessories to add to the Jake flash drive.
This handy ring-on-a-string hooks onto a keychain, adding a classy touch to any set of keys and making the flash drive even more accessible.
The TightAsAMegabyte provides a cozy home for your custom flash drive. This compact translucent plastic case lets you safely and easily transport and distribute your flash drives.
Creative Ways to Use Bulk Flash Drives Flash Drives
Hike up your pant legs and tuck your shirt in as tightly as you can. Put on the largest, thickest pair of glasses you can find. Front pocket on your plaid shirt already filled with pens and pencils? No problem, you can pull out a few pencils to make room for the Jake with its handy clip. The Jake also includes a write-protect switch and full color imprinting covered with our acrylic dome.
Consider This Scenario
Presidents of universities and colleges usually give what is called a “state of the university/college” address each year to inform students, faculty, and alumni about what changes and improvements have been made over the preceding year. Presidents talk about financial issues, budget problems and projections, tuition rates, education successes, athletic accomplishments, and much more. However, most students on campus aren't aware that the president even gives this speech.
In order to publicize the speech more and encourage involvement from the student body, college administrators can load flash drives with video, audio, and text of the speech and distribute them around the school to interested students. Flash drives can improve the interaction between the student and the administration, which allows for better understanding from both sides when it comes to high tuition, cutbacks of services, and other contentious campus issues.