Baby Scans On a Branded USB Memory Stick

What an absolutely fantastic idea. Babybond, the UK’s first ISO Quality Endorsed ultrasound provider is now offering their 4D Bonding Scan results on a USB Memory Stick.

Established in 1998 Babybond are now regarded as the most experienced provider of baby scans in the UK and with the introduction of their 4D Bonding Scans they remain at the forefront of innovation in their field. Their 4D Bonding Scans provides levels of early mother and child “bonding” that were simply unattainable prior to the introduction of their service.

The scans produce high quality still and moving images that are captured digitally and these “digital” files are then stored either on a DVD, CD or USB memory stick. The introduction of a USB memory stick as an option to take the Bonding Scan results away on is another innovation introduced by Babybond and reinforces their pioneering approach.

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USB memory sticks have, of course, been with us for some time and are now incredibly popular in walks of life. Their popularity stems from their portability, their ease of use and the fact that they can be used on pretty much any personal computer or Mac without the need for any power, any special software or any concerns – they are simply just incredibly easy to use.

This latest innovation in the use of USB memory sticks just adds to the growing catalogue of ways in which this technology is being adopted. Some other interesting uses include:

  • Professional Photographers now supplying Wedding Photograph portfolios to their clients on USB memory sticks
  • Track day information (from experience days driving high performance race cars) is now being recorded directly onto a USB memory stick from the cars engine management systems and given to the driver at the end of the Track Day experience.
  • New bands are increasingly trying to grab attention by releasing material on branded USB memory sticks
  • Repair and service engineers are increasingly carrying software updates on USB memory sticks rather than CD’s, which are deemed bulkier and more cumbersome.

If you’ve got an idea that you need bringing to life on a USB memory stick then give the team at USB2U a call.

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