The NoCreditLimit™ USB Drive
This is one "credit card" you won't want to cut up when you go on a saving spree. The NoCreditLimit forms a unique, refined USB drive with plenty of space to show off a logo.
The NoCreditLimit™ Flash Drive Specifications
Sizes: 256 MB, 512 MB, 1 GB, 2 GB, 4 GB, 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB, 64 GB
Standard Colors: Silver (Aluminum)
Imprint size: Front 77mm x 46mm Back: 64mm x 46mm
1-3 color silk screen/ laser etch: included 4 color silk screen available
Shipping & Packaging
Ship Weight: approx. 4.5 lbs per 100 Packaging: Plastic Sleeve
These are some suggested accessories to enhance the NoCreditLimit flash drive.
Perfect Little Package
Tuck your flash drive away securely into a custom-molded holder inside this handy-dandy, classy-looking little box. It's the perfect container to hold your flash drive. You'll look for every excuse you can get to show off your handy flash drive-in-a-box.
Looking for a flash drive pouch that's fit for royalty? Look no further than the ExquisiteSatin Pouch. Available in vivid merlot, brilliant gold and select other colors.
Creative Ways to Use Bulk Flash DrivesFlash Drives
Hand out our "business card" with class with the NoCreditLimit. The spacious area for a logo even allows you to print on both sides. You can request the NCL with up to 64 GB in memory for plenty of space. This is one "credit card" you won't mind filling up!
Consider This Scenario
Many lectures in college are based on notes, slide shows, and PowerPoint presentations. Professors are responsible for compiling multiple lesson plans for several classes. In order to stay organized and on top of things, professors can utilize the help of a Bulk Flash Drivesflash drive. Although colleges are now integrating the internet into many classrooms, many professors are still dealing with old computer and projection systems. If they cannot gain internet access for a lecture, then a flash drive filled with their information would work great.
They could include PowerPoint slide shows that students could take notes from. The professor could even use the flash drive to store student grades and contact information. The flash drive can be updated and edited at any time. A flash drive that stores PowerPoint presentations and notes from previous semesters would come in handy when developing current lesson plans. Although a professor must be responsible for hundreds of students, a flash drive could make their job a lot easier and more organized.