Back-to-School Product Review and Give Away!

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LifeBytes are USB flash drives made by Dane-Elec. I was given the opportunity to freely review the Peace USB Drive. This was perfect for me because my daughter, Amber, is a high school junior this year and does almost all of her school work ‘electronically’.

What I love most about the LifeBytes USB flash drives is … they are small in size but large on storage (they hold up to 8GB of data).

They even have handy ‘holes’ built in, so that you can add a lanyard to hang the drive around your neck to take along that way.

I love the retro way the “dots” make up the peace sign on the front of the flash drive. Because the back of the drive is free from design it allows you to put a label on it also in case you lose it.

The flash drives are fun, durable and kids love them! You can store 2640 6 megapixel sized jpeg photos, or 2000 MP3 (4 minutes a song) or 80 minutes of HD video on these drives. Of course I expect that Amber’s drive will only hold term papers and science labs on it…

Besides the Peace design, the LifeBytes USB Flash Drive also comes in:


LifeBytes, as well as ColorBytes for preteens and ShareBytes for teens are available for purchase directly from, as well as at national retailers including Target, OfficeMax, Staples and The Source. For more information visit

Content and/or other value provided by our partner, Dane-Elec.  All opinions are my own.

Win: A LifeBytes USB flash drive (sponsor’s choice).

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