Yesterday, Apple released new versions of the iPod Nano, iPod Touch and iPod Shuffle. Along with the release and a host of new features on the iPods came new packaging as well. The previous packaging has been revamped in transparent rigid plastic cases that give a ton of visibility to the products. Other than that, it’s the same clean classy look that Apple is known for in their products and packaging.
Usb flash drives are becoming more and more common for schools, businesses, entertainment, and personal use. The face that they are rewritable with flash memory makes these devices very handy, especially for working projects on the go, temporary files, or simply just backing up your information.
With the growing popularity of USB flash drives, we wondered how exactly they were made. Thankfully, Netbook News posted a video of a tour through Kingston Manufacturing Plant showing how they are produced and packaged. Here it is for you to see.