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Kanguru unveils 1st of its kind USB duplicator

Posted at 15 December 2007 00:42 CEST by Seán Byrne

Up until now, the only widespread media duplicates that have been available include CD, DVD and hard disk duplicators and to a more limited extent, Blu-ray disc duplicators.  With the massive grown in USB flash drives and USB hard disks, Kanguru has released the first of its kind standalone USB duplicator.  Like a disc duplicator, the Kanguru USB Duplicator operates standalone and can be configured to automatically start writing to the target the moment a new USB drive is plugged in.

The duplicator can copy from a master USB drive to up to 9 or 24 targets depending on the Kanguru USB Duplicator model.  It features 8 main different copy & verify data modes and offers 5 different setup modes and its LCD display allows for quick and easy navigation through its functions and displays the progress.  The Kanguru USB Duplicator supports USB flash and hard disk drives and all major Windows, DOS, Linux and MAC file systems.

Further info can be read in this BusinessWire press release and on the Kanguru website.

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frankenfurter2007
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Posted on: 18 Dec 07 03:29
    sounds good for the money.

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