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Aleratec Introduces 1:22 USB 2.0 Computer Connect Copy Cruiser Mini Flash Drive Duplicator

 

Copy Cruiser Mini Flash Drive DuplicatorChatsworth, CA – Aleratec Inc., award-winning designer, developer and manufacturer of Portable Device Management (PDM) charge/sync products for mobile devices and professional-grade duplicators for hard disk drives, USB flash drives and Blu-ray/DVD/CD discs, announces the 1:22 USB Copy Cruiser Mini, a portable yet powerful USB duplicator for cloning large numbers of flash drives. Designed for busy road warriors, educators, trainers, IT professionals and others who regularly use flash drives, the compact and lightweight unit quickly duplicates up to 22 flash drives at once, including bootable flash drives.

“The 1:22 USB Copy Cruiser Mini is a very robust USB duplicator for its size,” says Perry Solomon, Aleratec President and CEO. “The ability to make perfect copies of up to 22 flash drives at once saves a lot of time and stress, especially when you’re traveling on business.”

Housed in a lightweight but durable metal casing, the 1:22 USB Copy Cruiser Mini incorporates many of the advanced technologies of Aleratec’s larger USB flash drive duplicators and allows users to duplicate directly from image files or a flash drive or duplicate from selected files and folders on their hard drive. The included, easy-to-use Aleratec Software Suite simplifies the copying process and shows the status of each copy and number of copies completed. The 1:22 USB Copy Cruiser Mini even duplicates bootable flash drives and the unit supports FAT/FAT 32 and NTFS formats.

Aleratec’s computer-connected 1:22 USB Copy Cruiser Mini is designed for USB 2.0 but is also backward compatible with USB 1.1. Features include:

Duplicates bootable flash drives from image files

Duplicates directly from image files, flash drives or from selected files and folders from your hard drive

Lightweight but sturdy metal casing

Includes Software Suite and USB Key Cleaner

The 1:22 USB 2.0 Copy Cruiser Mini is compatible Windows 8/7/Vista 32- and 64-bit versions and includes a USB 2.0 cable and power adapter.

Price and Availability

The 1:22 USB Copy Cruiser Mini Flash Drive Duplicator has an estimated Retail Price (ERP) of $629 from Aleratec’s dedicated resellers and distribution partners.

The full line of Aleratec solutions and accessories is also featured at Adorama, Amazon.com, B&H Photo Video, Barnes & Noble, Best Buy, CDW, Dell, HP, Insight, MacMall, Media Supply, Newegg, Office Depot, PC Connection, PCM, Quill, RadioShack, Rakuten, Sears, Staples, Tech Depot, Tiger Direct, and Wal-Mart in addition to other leading US retailers. Government and education customers may purchase from Government and Education Specialists including B&H Photo Video Gov, Best Buy for Business Gov/Ed, CDW-G, EnPointe, Global, GovConnection, GOVPLACE, Insight Gov, SARCOM, Shi.com, Softchoice, SoftMart, Sparco.com, TIG, and Unicom Government. All products are available to resellers in the U.S. through D&H Distributing, Ingram Micro, and Tech Data; in Canada through Ingram Micro Canada and Tech Data Canada; in Latin America and the Caribbean through Tech Data Miami; in the EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) region through Ingram Micro UK.

The Aleratec 1:22 USB Copy Cruiser Mini (Aleratec P/N 330119, D&H Distributing SKU 330119, Ingram Micro SKU XQ9413, Tech Data SKU 11528412).

 

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