Aleratec 1:10 USB Copy Cruiser Mini

Aleratec has just rolled out the 1:10 USB Copy Cruiser Mini, which is a portable 10-target USB flash drive duplicator that was specially developed in order to support the mobile businessperson even when out of the office. Meant to work in tandem with a notebook, this is a professional-grade device that will not fall short of its larger, higher-end USB flash drive duplicator siblings, packing in all that functionality and potential into a small enough form factor that can fit into a briefcase or notebook bag without missing a beat.

After all, USB flash drives have long been one of the more popular devices used to carry around snippets of data, and companies have also utilized those to distribute press releases and product information to customers at roadshows. Old school USB flash drive duplicators fulfill their purpose just fine, but they aren’t portable, which is where Aleratec’s 1:10 USB Copy Cruiser Mini is introduced to save the day at less than 4 ounces.

All purchases will be accompanied by Aleratec’s USB Duplication Software Suite, which includes a robust, full-featured package with a job wizard for easy start up, functions including Copy Only, Format Only, Format and Copy, Image Copy, Format and Image Copy. Expect to pick up the Aleratec 1:10 USB Copy Cruiser Mini for $314.99 a pop.

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