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Thursday, June 18, 2009
Nexcopy Offers 40 and 60 Port PC Based USB Duplicators


Windows drive letter limitations are "no more" with Nexcopy's new 40 and 60 port PC based USB Duplicators and SD Duplicators.

Nexcopy announced the release of it's larger capacity 40 and 60 port flash memory duplicator systems.

The new line of USB Duplicators crush the traditional drive letter limitations in Windows, allowing Nexcopy to offer 40 and 60 port systems for both USB and SD data loading. These systems are modular in design and may be configured as one large system, or configured as multiple smaller systems to address multiple job scenarios.

With the introduction of the 400PC and 600PC series, Nexcopy includes a major software update to address many applications of flash memory data loading. "The PC based systems manufactured by Nexcopy offer exclusive tools for flash memory management," reports Greg Morris, President of Nexcopy, "our latest software rev gives control to copy specific USB partitions, toggle On/Off Read Only partitions, extensive log file recording and ability to send unique data streams to individual flash drives. We are very excited about these exclusive tools that only a PC based system can offer."

Nexcopy's flagship USB duplicator, the USB200PC, is still the most popular model, however, those requiring faster turn times on larger projects should consider the 400PC and 600PC series. With throughput speeds getting 18MB per second, Nexcopy offers a speedy and feature rich PC based system for data loading requirements.

The new series include the 40 port USB400PC and SD400PC along with the 60 port USB600PC and SD600PC.


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