Memory on Hand Review

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When I was in college, I always had a flash drive in my bag. Going to different classrooms and computer labs meant I needed a way to take my documents with me. Back then, I really wish I had the Memory on Hand (MoH) USB Flash Drive Wristband like the one I was recently able to review.

Memory on Hand Review

The MoH Band looks similar to the popular rubber bracelets you see kids, teens, and college students wearing these days. They also have the added benefit of being a USB flash drive. The bracelet detaches at the top, exposing the flash drive that can then be inserted into your computer’s USB slot.

The wristband comes in 2 GB or 4 GB. I reviewed the 2 GB style, which I think would be more than sufficient for most people. That’s enough space to hold approximately 500 songs, 800 photos, or 2.5 hours of video. If you need more space for your media, the 4 GB would be the better option for you.

The MoH Band comes in several different styles. I reviewed a funky, tie-dye style, but they are available in several solid colors as well. The rubber bracelet is 7.5 inches in length, and it fits my wrist comfortably. Even if it didn’t, I could conveniently attach it to a backpack or purse if I needed to have it on hand.

Though I am no longer in college, I still use flash drives from time to time. I have needed them to move several files from my laptop to James’ computer. I also use them if we are out of ink or printer paper and I need to run to the library or my parent’s house for a quick print. Having this bracelet will make it easier for me to transport my documents, photos, and other files. With this flash drive, I saved a few pictures from my computer and put them in James’ computer with no problems.

About the Company

Memory on Hand, the Cambridge, MA startup that creates, manufactures, and sells The MoH Band – a fashionable USB wristband – has launched a Kickstarter project. Kickstarter is the world’s largest funding platform for creative projects, that helps raise money for individuals and companies through the support of a larger community. Andrew Kitzenberg and Jeff Brayer have recently launched their Memory on Hand Kickstarter project and are trying to create new products, grow the business, and keep the company their own.
To do this they need your support! Please check out their project HERE.

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