Gigs 2 Go Tear-And-Share Flash Drive Pack

May 23, 2014

Category: Tech

As the saying goes, sharing is caring. But let’s face it, there are different levels of caring involved when you’re sharing say, your last slice of homemade key lime pie, as opposed to a new box of reduced calorie Wheat Thins.

But here’s the kind of sharing that raises the bar: the sharing of digital memory. Gigs 2 Go is a wallet-sized tear-and-share flash drive pack available in four-packs of one GB each, eight GB, or 16 GB. Made from recycled paper pulp, this is a fast and easy way to share a big file with a friend or a co-worker or a guy on the street who, ya never know, just might really enjoy looking at your sister’s wedding photos. [Purchase]

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