Norwood Enters USB Flash Drive Market

5 May

4 GB Paper Peg USB 2.0 Flash Drive

In 2011 Norwood launched their new Pacific Solution line of USB Flash Drives. Norwood is a leader in the promotional products industry, and its entrance into the USB Flash Drive market is welcomed. And Norwood is coming in big with over 50 body styles and tons of colors to match any marketing need.

For our needs I wanted to talk about the new Paper Peg USB 2.0 Flash Drive made from paper. The green case from flashdrives, regardless of their outter casing, goes like this: you can load a drive with a lot of data that would otherwise need to be printed out. It is cheaper and uses less resources to mail a 2 gram drive than a 60 pound binder.

And as a consumer electronic product, all drives sold by our industry are ROHS certified, which means they are free of lead, cadmium, mercury, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyl (PBB) and polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE) flame retardants.

Add to that the fact that this is a Flash Drive backed by the Norwood name, that Norwood can run as low as 25 units, and that Norwood offers memory sizes from 256MB – 16GB and a seven day production time from art approval, and you have a rather strong argument to think Norwood when you are thinking flash drives.

I encourage readers to poke around the Norwood site to see all the new drive styles. Bamboo drives are also on offer as well and some very creative traditional material bodies.

If you are an ASI distributor D’Anna Zimmer is the contact to talk to at Norwood about their full line of USB Drives. If you are interested in these USB Drives to promote your own business, contact your local promotional items vendor or email info@proformagreen.com for information, pricing, and samples.

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