Here’s a rather interesting way to market your product. USB Insert has come up with a new way to market your product (which obviously involves USB). The USB key mentioned is going to be very thin, so thin that it can almost be embedded into a normal cardboard flyer paper, and you’ll be able to remove it from the magazine to check out the details. Since it’s going to be attached to a card, the drive can be designed to look like almost anything that can be printed. Not too shabby, eh?
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