It seems very frustrating that prices for Promotional USB is not ready available. This blog will explain the reasons behind the pricing structure and hopefully give you an insight into this market place.
What does Promotional USB Memory Chip mean?
A Promotional USB Memory Chip is an circuit made out of capacitors and transistors. These can store data or can be used to process code either temporarily through random access memory (RAM), or permanently through read only memory (ROM). Promotional USB Memory chips comes in different sizes and shapes, they’re an essential components in computer and electronic devices in which memory storage plays a key role.
Please read more about Promotional USB Flash Memory from Wikipedia here…
Blow is a list of the top memory manufacturer for all our USB, smartphones, PC and gaming stations. Recently a fire close Hynix’s factory in China – which clients include PC makers Apple Inc and Hewlett-Packard Co – and are still short of memory chips which also has an impact on the market place.
List of top Memory Chip Manufacturers
- Samsung Electronics Co. of South Korea
- U.S.-based Micron Technology Inc.
- South Korea’s SK Hynix Inc.
- Nanya Technology Corp.
Why does price vary?
Memory chips are sold on an open market and the price varies with supply and demand. To complicate matters worse, 99% of chips come from China so a UK supplier must also allow for Currency fluctuations between USD and the UK pound. Most supplies will only provide a price guaranteed for 7 days, if the market is very lively this may even be the same day.
The demand comes from manufacturers of PC computers, USB’s, smartphones and play stations.
This blog post was written by Peter Barnes, Home Based SEO Specialist/Consultant for Concise Media Branding Ltd. Find me on Google+
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