School will be here before you know it (Yeah!) and parents everywhere are thinking about school supplies. Since computers are such a big part of our lives now, a USB drive is always included on their school supply list. Of course, kids don’t want just *any* USB drive. They want to have a USB drive that fits their own personal style. They love to be able to choose supplies in their own favorite colors or styles just like with their backpack or their clothes.
Dane-Elec understand that kids want to have stylish and fun choices for back to school. They have created an exciting new line of USB drives developed specifically for kids and the back to school season. The Dane-Elec kids line is divided into three different categories:
ColorBytes are for preteens and includes brightly colored smaller USBs that are designed for smaller, pre-teen fingers. ColorBytes are sold in 2-packs of 4GB USB drives.
ShareBytes are for teens and includes tow interlocking character USBs – one to share and one to keep. ShareBytes are sold in 2-packs of 4GB drives.
LifeBytes are for young adults and includes ultra-functional USB drives in eye catching graphic designs and are sold in single packs of 8GB drives.
We received a LifeBytes for David to use when he goes back to high school. The LifeBytes USB is about 1″ square and contains no cap which is perfect because he looses the cap every time! The USB uses a sliding mechanism instead of a cap. Another handy feature is that it is lanyard ready. There is a connection that slides out that he can clip to his lanyard so he doesn’t lose it! They definitely know teenagers!
All of these USBs can be purchased from the website directly or from retailers like Target, OfficeMax, Staples and The Source for about $13. One of my lucky readers will win their own LifeBytes (designs vary).
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