In Use: Neo Tech for Drobo
We’ve already given Intel props for modernizing their identity with a suitably modern typeface, Sebastian Lester’s Neo® Sans. Data Robotics, Inc. — makers of the Drobo storage device that is sweeping the tech community — have made fine use of another member of the Neo® family, Neo® Tech.
There are various purchase options for the two font families, but we strongly recommend the OpenType Value Packs for efficient access to numerals and alternate glyphs, and, you guessed it, value — getting an OT family all at once costs much less per font.
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