Win a memory stick

1st October 2004 at 01:00
School drive is a handy pen-sized device, small enough to put on your keyring, that plugs directly into your computer and can store huge amounts of data, allowing you easily to transfer files from one computer to another. It is Mac and PC-compatible, has high-speed USB 2.0 data transfer and can be password-protected to guard confidential or sensitive files.

Weighing just 15g, the School drive uses a high-quality Samsung flash memory, and can store any type of computer file, from pupil reports to MP3 music and videos. It comes in a range of capacities from 32MB to 1GB, and we have five of the 256MB drives to give away. These store the equivalent of 177 floppy disks and usually sell for almost pound;30. For a chance of winning one, just send us your name and address by email or post to the address on the right, quoting School drive offer, by October 7. For more details on the School drive, go to www.school-drive.co.uk.

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