ATP Electronics Introduces Sesame Street Video USBs for Kids of All Ages

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Ok, so yeah I want one.. but I have a thing for USB drives, still though these are just great. ATP and Sesame Street have teamed up to create some very cool themed drives. the drives are waterproof, dustproof and drop proof and come with a movie on them!

ATP Electronics has teamed with Sesame Street to offer kids of all ages a fun new way to watch video and store photographs, music and documents – all on the same drive. Using patented ATP technology, these are the first USB flash drives to incorporate embedded video and discretionary storage space.

“Available in seven iconic characters, Sesame Street Video USBs combine education, entertainment and technology in a uniquely designed and portable package, making them ideal for travel, school, and home use”

 

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“Available in seven iconic characters, Sesame Street Video USBs combine education, entertainment and technology in a uniquely designed and portable package, making them ideal for travel, school, and home use,” said Michael Plaksin, ATP vice president of sales and marketing. “Elmo, Cookie Monster, Big Bird, Ernie, Abby Cadabby, Grover and the renowned Sesame Street sign each offer a different full-length character-specific video, as well as storage space for up to 400 photos, 400 songs, or a virtually unlimited amount of written material.”

These kid-friendly drives are easy to use: simply plug it into a computer and use the one-touch menu to access the movie, personal storage space, or link directly to the Sesame Street Website. The drives are waterproof, dustproof, and drop-proof; and the video content is protected so it can’t accidentally be erased, or — unlike a DVD — scratched or damaged. A “wearable” connector strap keeps the character’s two pieces together, and makes for a fun fashion statement when worn as a bracelet, ponytail holder, or backpack accessory.

The Sesame Street Video USB drives are available online at www.store.sesamestreet.org, www.sesamestreetusb.com, www.amazon.com, www.qvc.com, and www.walmart.com.

To promote the Sesame Street Video USBs, ATP has launched the “Sesame Street Video USB $1,000 Giveaway Contest” on YouTube. Two winners will receive a cash prize of $500 each. The contest ends Sept. 30, and the winners will be announced Oct. 15 on YouTube. Participants are asked to submit a video or photo with one of the seven Sesame Street Video USB drives explaining why that character is their favorite. If they don’t own the USB drive, they can send a photo or video with any one of the seven Sesame Street Video USB characters in another product form (e.g., toys, books, pictures etc.). The contest is open to anyone, and contestants will be judged on the creativity of their answers. For full contest details, visit www.youtube.com/ATPElectronics.

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