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May 25, 2014

Gigs 2 Go is your handy and disposable USB

Always finding yourself looking for data storage to copy files and give away to people? Gigs 2 Go is a pack of USBs that you can easily tear off and use for instances like sharing an important Word file for school projects, PowerPoint presentations for work, and even HD movies for your friends.

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Gigs 2 Go comes in a pack of four, is as small as a credit card, and fits comfortably in your wallet so you can easily whip it out and provide storage to give out even in unexpected situations. Their memory chips inside are waterproof and shockproof on top of not requiring a cap for protection.

This tear-and-share storage can also be personalized with your own logo and can even be pre-packed with your data inside like sales materials so you can just distribute without hassle. It comes in as small as 1GB (4GB total per pack), a normal 8GB (32GB total per pack), and a larger 16GB (64GB total per pack) depending on your needs.

It’s now available over at their website at $24.95 for the pack of 1GB, $39.95 for the pack of 8GB, and $69.95 for the pack of 16GB.

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32 Responses to “Gigs 2 Go is your handy and disposable USB”

  1. Hen-Sheen says:

    Ever since the disposable phone and camera existed, these USB’s came to be. I hope those Super Micro USB’s would last for a decade or lifetime…..

  2. Zobel says:

    Novel but useless in the world of Superbeam. Over pa sa mahal.

  3. Why why??? says:

    “Their memory chips inside are waterproof and shockproof on top of not requiring a cap for protection.

    SO WHY DISPOSE IT? WHY IS THIS DISPOSABLE? ANSWER PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • hay naku says:

      Ser, ang bumili at ang may ari ng mga flash drive na yan ang mag dispose niyan para sa bibigyan niya.

      Meaning e de-dispose niya yan sa taong kailangan niya bigyan.

      Siguro ser sanay kayo sa disposable lighter ano?

      Maliwanag na ba ser?

    • lol says:

      you got a point there, man. lol

    • Paul says:

      Tanga lang? Dahil may word na “disposable” eh itatapon na agad? Gosh! Your vocabulary is very limited! Ang mga tao kasi ngayon tamad na magbasa ng dictionary or di kaya mag-“google” ng definition. Tsk.

    • si google o says:

      kaw naman kasi pre pagkakita mo ng salita na Disposable tapon mo kaagad

      damin namang disposable na magagamit pa ulit a
      sample – ligther
      pwede pang lagyan ulit ng fluid yan, dalhin mo sa nag titinda ng Lighter Fluid at palagyan, hanggat meron pang battery and igniter niyan o flint pwede pa yan.

      tsaka ang salitang Disposable dyan ay para yan sa original na owner, binili niya yan para e pang dispose o ipamigay sa iba.

      kung makatanggap ka eh di huwag mo e dispose, tago mo pa sa ilalim ng unan mo para safe, ha?

    • derp says:

      tanga kasi yung pag-gamit ng author ng term.

  4. Easy E says:

    Akala ko parang single use or something. So ‘disposable’ is inappropriate? Mas mura pa rin ang cdr-king na flashdrives. Sila pa rin ang undisputed king ng mga ‘disposables’.

  5. Hero Reyes says:

    Hahahaha.. Di sya dapat tinawag na DISPOSABLE dahil ang disposable itatapon after use di naman to ganun.. Sabi sa website it’s TEAR-AND-SHARE flash drive na sobrang layo sa disposable.. Sana yun nalang din ang ginamit na term ng Yugatech..

  6. council
    Twitter: council
    says:

    “disposable” is correct.

    check the definition –

    “get rid of by throwing away or giving or selling to someone else.”

    • Exag says:

      So kapag bumili pala ako ng pants na ibibigay ko sa friend ko, disposable pants ang tawag ko dun?

      Not sure pero Dispose yata ang hinanap mo hindi disposable. Straight forward ang meaning ng disposable. Don’t make simple things to be complicated.

    • Paul says:

      Isa ka ring tanga, Exag.

    • feeler says:

      ang self indulgent naman at ayaw tumanggap ng corrections. kayo na ang magaling

      http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/disposable

    • Region says:

      @paul, ang inutil mo..magaral ka muna ng alphabet at bumilang ng 1-10. Bobo ang mokong!

    • si google o says:

      guluhin pa natin to,
      eto sabi ni google:

      dis·pos·a·ble -dis?p?z?b?l/ adjective
      1.(of an article) intended to be used once, or until no longer useful, and then thrown away.
      “disposable diapers”
      synonyms: throwaway, expendable, single-use

      o diba ginamit ng original na owner yan – ONCE lang? sa pag save ng data niya, tapos e dinispense niya o dinispose niya sa iba,
      dahil nga its no longer useful FOR HIM, pero useful pa rin naman sa iba, di ba?

      so Single-use si original owner
      at bahala na si 2nd owner

      kaya magulo dahil at least dalawang tao ang involve dito, si original owner at si 2nd owner.

      kaya Disposable kay original owner
      at siguro hindi disposable kay 2nd owner dahil magagamit pa niya ulit yan, lagyan ng bold, este data

      kaya sige pa guluhin pa ulit, ha ha

    • kamote says:

      tama ka @ si google o

      ang iba kasi dito hindi na intindihan na ang article na ito ay ginawa para sa gustong bumili nito. tulad ng sabi sa taas – the ORIGINAL OWNER

      mayaman siya binili niya para ipamigay, so para sa kanya DISPOSABLE nga ito.

      kaya ang mag Dis-agree na mali ang DISPOSABLE term na gamit dito – AY SANAY SA MGA 2ND HAND ITEMS, sila ang mga tipo na nangungulekta ng mga gamit na gamit na ng iba, mejo kuripot din ang mga yan.

      ang mga nag aagree na tama ang DISPOSABLE, sila ang mga mapagbigay at di maramut na mga tao.
      Gusto nila na bago ang gamit na ibibigay nila sa iba. karamihan sa kanila ay may pera at mejo mamahalin ang celfon nila.

      o sige tirahin niyo naman to, ha ha

    • derp says:

      wag kayo mag-away, tanga lang ang author

  7. Benchmark says:

    Am just wondering how will you put files on it without tearing off the “pack”…?

  8. PILIOSOPO says:

    Ang dami namang pilosopo namana dito…
    Basahin at intindihin lang ang article…

    Ang sabi ito ay USB na MURA lang na pwede siya ipamigay sa iba kung gugustuhin ng mayari… Kung baga yung mga pang promotional purposes lang…

    Duda ako na tatagal ang buhay ng mga ito kay nga binansagan ito na disposable o patapon… Siguro pagtapos ng ilang cyclo ng pagbasa at pagsulat, di na siya gagana

    1.089,57 /4 = 272.3925 pesos per 1 GB

  9. Jesus says:

    Babaan lang ng konti ang presyo ay okie na. :D

  10. Jakey says:

    Ang daming English professors dito ah. Regarding sa product, its waay too pricey for such an ugly gift idea. Imagine handing that over to your guests. No cap, and with torn uneven sleeve. Not gling to happen. With that amount, I’d rather spend it on some disposable brick-a-brack from CDR-King.

    Please do not comment about your googled “disposable” meaning. I know exactly what it means and I intend to use it as something to be thrown away right after. With something that ugly… Come on.

  11. Satire V says:

    Too pricey for a disposable product. I love the definition nitpicking of the dudes here though. Might as well redefine the way we use our “disposable” surgical gloves, syringes, pantyliners, diapers, etc

  12. Boybakal says:

    Mga tao dito sobra kung maka comment akala mo perpekto hoy disposable lang na term yan kung gusto nyo magbigay ng correction ayusin nyo mga salita nyo palibhasa mga bading kayo naka anonymous putcha parang yun lang

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