don’t trust the cloud or email? well, then i am sure the Gigs 2 Go Tear-and-Share Flash Drive Pack will appeal to you. as the product name implies, it lets you tear out a USB flash drive, store something on it and give it to whoever you want to share the files with. no security implications and no worries about file size or whatsoever. it looks like the tab stickers, except that it won’t mark pages or let you make notes, oh wait, it actually can. you can use a sharpie to write very short notes of its content. it has a unique eco-friendly packaging too; the ‘enclosure’ is of molded paper pulp, made from 100 percent post-consumer recycled paper and within each of these enclosure, is an ultra-thin chip-on-board flash memory stick, secured inside a recycled plastic tray.
unlike most pretty USB flash drives, Gigs 2 Go is totally shockproof and waterproof, so you can have a peace of mind when using it. i think the real kicker is the cool factor. instead of lending out your precious LaCie, you can give away this low-cost, eco-friendly USB flash drives when you need share digital files in a physical media. the only downside is, its on USB 2.0, not USB 3.0. but at $29.99 per pack of four 8GB USB flash drives, or $54.99 per pack of four 16GB USB flash drives, it is still way secure and affordable sharing solutions. keep going for a product video.