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I’ve never used shredders to destroy unused documents, may be I’m a little bit primitive, but it’s common here to burn any unused documents. The last time I saw someone with shredders may be in the movie, I think it’s a kind of tool for top level executives who have many top level secrets. Yes I admit I’m a bit primitive. but forget about me, please take a look at yourself. Do you find yourself need such tool, may be for your office works, cleaning the workspace? There are two new shredder models from Steples to help you – the Staples MiniMate cross-cut shredder and Staples 12-Sheet High-Speed cross-cut shredder. Description of both products from the manufacturer follows the break.
The MiniMate shredder is small and secure, and an easy, affordable and portable way to help protect against identity theft. The new MiniMate design is a space-saver, small enough to fit on a countertop or desk, or to carry from room-to-room. While compact, this shredder also utilizes cross-cut technology for high security, and is capable of shredding up to six sheets of paper at once. The MiniMate currently has a patent pending on the innovative blade/paper discharge configuration. Available in black, plum or white. $49.99
The 12-sheet High-Speed cross-cut shredder, with an industrial design patent pending, helps customers tackle any size project — fast. This new shredder is capable of shredding 200 pages in one minute, two times faster than comparable Staples branded shredders available at Staples retail stores today. Customers can shred confidential documents and old CDs and DVDs in bulk, and the cross-cut shred size ensures that information stays private. $149.99