As a design engineer or product manager, you want to create a product that’s going to meet the needs of your end-users now and in the future.
And stiff competition means you’re under pressure to cut down on research and development time.
And get your product out to market as soon as you can.
At the same time, you’re also under pressure to keep costs down.
Which is why so many designers end up using cheap consumer-grade memory devices.
They’re easy to get hold of.
And they’re cheap.
But that’s a huge mistake.
And if you use consumer memory devices in your product it’s a mistake that’s going to create major problems within months of your product launch.
How do we know this?
Because so many designers come to us for help when their products go horribly wrong.
When their end-users complain the product’s not working in the field.
Or that a component has worn out in the first month of regular use.
Find out more about the dangers of using consumer memory devices in this free report.
Do it now and you’ll save yourself time, money and hassle.
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It’s the same token that’s used by the military, as well as transport and medical companies around the globe.