USB Flash Memory Canada

Posted on April 17, 2009 by


If you’ve Googled “Custom USB Flash Drives Canada”, “USB Flash Drive with Logo Canada”, or “Printed USB Flash Drives”, then you’ve come to the right place. Standard Media Services is one of the leading USB flash drive sources in North America, and we take great pride in assisting our customers with making informed decisions about the variety of different models, sizes, and aesthetic items to take into consideration when they are considering using custom usb flash drives for the delivery of content that may have been previously delivered on CD, DVD, or the web. Request A Quote, or contact us directly at info AT standardmedia DOT ca.

We’ve decided to dedicate a post to model and style considerations for custom USB flash drives.

How do you know which drive style is best suited to you?

A valid question. Custom USB flash drives really break down into two main categories, and then multiple types of styles within those categories. These two categories are “capless drives” and “capped drives”. A capless drive, like our “Twist” drive essentially is a single bodied unit, with a port cap that is actually part of the main body, and does not detach. In short, capless means that there is no seperating piece of the drive, and that it is all a single body, including the port cover. Retractable drives also fall under this category. A capped drive is a model like our “Vista“, which has a component of the shell – usually the port cap – that detaches from the rest of the body. There are benefits and disadvantages to both. A capped drive usually fully encloses and protects the port from things like dust or debris, however, the cap can be lost easily since it’s a secondary piece. A capless drive is usually less protective of the port, but the whole drive is a single piece.

After that, an important thing to consider is print area. Some drives, usually capless ones, will have less surface area to print on as they are compact and single bodied shells. Capped drives, like our S65 (Pill Drive) usually have more room, or can have two seperate print areas to incorporate your logo. We’ve never met a customer who didn’t want their logo to be bigger if possible, and this is where the print area may come into play.

Beyond that, it really comes down to aesthetics, and what you like.

Other options to consider when ordering or considering custom usb flash drives is the decorative method. You can have your drives pad printed or silk screened, or you can consider an etching if your drive is metallic, allowing some depth and kind of a cool look.

Questions? Contact us at info AT standardmedia DOT ca, and ask! That’s what we’re here for. We can help you choose the right kind of drive and bring your idea to fruition.

Check out our Flash Drive Catalogue Page and Request A Quote!

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