Copying data from a single USB flash drive to another might not seem to be such an insurmountable problem, as we do it nearly every day (for some), and others, less frequently. However, if you are a company who custom-makes USB flash drives with content inside to distribute to your clients in a mass manner, then using a single computer with a quartet of USB ports is just not going to cut the mustard. What you need is a heavy hitter that comes in the form of the Aleratec 1:16 USB 3.0 Copy Tower, as this baby supports SuperSpeed USB 3.0 flash drives that will certainly shave off huge amounts of time from the copying process, and it is also compatible with USB 2.0 flash drives to boot. Capable of copying up to 16 target flash drives from a single source, data duplication is no longer a chore.
Never mind if you do not have the right software to get started, the computer connected USB 3.0 Copy Tower itself will feature an easy-to-use Aleratec USB Duplication Software Suite so that you are able to complete your flash drive duplication in the most efficient manner possible. It is not going to come cheap though, as the Aleratec 1:16 USB 3.0 Copy Tower will retail for $1,049 each.
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