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Print USB Now Offers USB Duplication Services and Equipment


PrintUSB, a leader in USB hardware and software development, recently introduced its FlashCopier 84 port and software, which allows its customers to copy up to 500 USBs at once.

What this means to companies is the ability to have unlimited capacity to copy USBs and distribute them faster and cheaper. Customers can either purchase the copier units or have PrintUSB use its equipment to do the job for them.

A single unit can copy up to 100 USBs, and PrintUSBs unique system allows its customers to create a FlashCopier Farm by connecting several units, all controlled from a single computer console. The farm works so well, that the only limit to the connection capabilities is the existing software.

The FlashCopier 84 uses a state-of-the-art Intel multi-core CPU and is operated with Windows XP Professional. PrintUSB has a fully customized set up designed specifically to work with unique built-in USB multiplexers and optimized to run on the software provided.

The unit utilizes the latest developments in USB technology, providing a high bandwidth data bus that allows data to flow simultaneously into more than a hundred flash drives with impressive speeds of 480Mbps. The user-friendly interface allows customers to easily navigate the software without losing valuable time reading through a long user manual. Almost anyone can operate it within minutes.

PrintUSB is a custom USB flash drive provider that offers a wide variety of USB-specific products and services, ranging from pre-rendered and stocked designs, to customized encasements that are manufactured to any company’s specifications.

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