Today, Aleratec launched the 1:10 USB Copy Cruiser Mini, a portable 10-target USB flash drive duplicator created to support the mobile businessperson. Designed to pair with a laptop, these professional-grade devices boast some of the same features and technology as Aleratec’s larger, higher-end USB flash drive duplicators, but are small enough to easily fit into a briefcase or laptop bag.

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The USB flash drive has become one of the most widely used tools for individuals to share data and multimedia files because of their size, convenience, and universal compatibility. There is also a growing trend to use flash drives to distribute product information to customers, sales presentations, photos, files of all types to groups of users. Traditional USB flash drive duplicators save tremendous amounts of time and effort when creating copies of USB sticks, but are too big and heavy to be of use to the “Road Warrior” businessperson. Aleratec has solved this problem with the 1:10 USB Copy Cruiser Mini, a truly portable USB flash drive duplicator system that weighs less than 4 ounces!

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MF Digital, an industry leader in disc duplicator equipment has announced the release of its latest product – The Asynchronous Cougar 6600.

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Cougar is a high volume, high speed, industrial standalone production duplicator. With 600 disc capacity and 6 CD / DVD drives, Cougar delivers fast operation with its full Asynchronous mode. By eliminating the need to wait for all drives to load as used in limited technology Synchronous systems, Cougar outperforms most 8 drive synchronous mode competitors.

Cougar has been built on our industrial light-weight cast aluminium chassis. Cougar offers easy to use intuitive front panel keypad operation, high capacity, high speed operation and provides the key ability for the system to be expanded for high volume operational requirements.

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Primera Technology, Inc., the world’s leading manufacturer of CD/DVD and Blu-ray Disc Publishers, today announced its Bravo 4102 XRP Disc Publisher at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show in Las Vegas, Nevada. The NAB Show is being held from April 11 – 14, 2011 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Primera’s booth is #SL8920.

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Bravo 4102 XRP Disc Publishers are the newest addition to Primera’s Bravo 4100-Series. These units are the fastest in their class, printing a full-color, 100% coverage disc in just 6 seconds each. This compares to 20 to 120 seconds on competitive machines to print discs with comparable print quality.

With built-in high-speed recorders, direct-to-disc printing and fast robotics, Primera’s disc printers and publishers automate the process of burning and printing quantities of CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray Discs. Applications for the Bravo 4102 XRP Disc Publishers include the archival and distribution of video and audio in broadcast television, film, content-on-demand at retail stores, kiosks, video production studios and more.

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vinpower digital ripbox.jpgVinpower Digital is proud to introduce the new RipBox Optical Disc (CD, DVD, BD) copy and ripping station based on the Cube series of duplicators. The RipBox units are automated systems with a robotic transport arm that connects to a computer via USB. The RipBox can be operated through various software applications like Vinpower’s BPR 2000 Lite, a third party software, or even through the users own proprietary operation software that can be adapted to control the RipBox through an SDK provided by Vinpower.

The RipBox can be purchased with or without software, allowing the user to maintain costs more effectively, which is particularly important in these financial times. For this reason, Vinpower recently collaborated with ImgBurn, creator of popular freeware burning and ripping software, to create the recently released version This software can easily be downloaded from the ImgBurn website ( for free. “Utilizing the Vinpower RipBox with the ImgBurn freeware not only affords the user significant savings over competitive products, but also provides a very useful and reliable compact ripping device,” states Ryan Swerdloff, VP of Marketing at Vinpower Digital.

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cmg copyking 220 duplicator.jpgCorona Marketing Group announces the release of CopyKing USB, SecureDigital (SD) and MicroSD flash duplicators in 20 or 52-target configurations. CopyKing can function as standalone or in optional PC-managed mode, connecting up to 200 units via standard Ethernet connection.

“Flash duplicators have become more common as USB, SD and MicroSD gaining popularity as the ideal storage media for data sharing and distribution. Flash duplicator is much more productive & cost-effective for volume duplication.” said Cedric Tan, President of Corona Marketing Group. “The existing flash duplicator technology has reached its design limit. CopyKing offers scalable flexibility designed for growth. A duplication facility can easily create a network of up to 200 CopyKing duplicators performing different tasks while managed from one computer. CopyKing SD & MicroSD models also support CPRM digital content protection for content developers who wish to keep their data safe.”

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Aleratec Inc. launched a pair of standalone Blu-ray duplicators today, adding to its award-winning lineup of optical disc LightScribe duplicators. These professional-grade devices feature cutting-edge 12X Blu-ray writers and built-in 1TB hard drives to provide ample space for disc images and label files. They are also capable of laser-etched disc labeling of DVDs and CDs using LightScribe technology.

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Aleratec's new Blu-ray tower duplicators are available in two different models which allow you to burn up to 3 or 7 Blu-ray, DVD or CD copies at a time with just a few button pushes. Each unit features a simple, intuitive interface that includes 4 instant-access "Fast Keys" for common functions including PC-Connect and Source Selection. In PC-Connect mode, units can be connected to a PC via USB2.0 cable for access to the duplicator's generous 1TB internal hard drive. Users can simply drag and drop disc image and label files directly into the duplicator and be running duplication jobs in no time. These new standalone duplicators also include a dedicated Source drive, allowing the device to make disc-to-disc copies without sacrificing any write capacity. You can burn the same number of discs whether burning from the hard drive or from another source disc.

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Addonics Technologies today announced the CF/CFast Duplicator, a fast and economical solution for making copies of CF or CFast media. The new product comes in a range of models to allow users to duplicate four, five or 10 media. Prices start at $699 for the 1:5 and $1299 for the 1:10 CF or CFast Duplicator.

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The CF/CFast Duplicator is easy to operate. Simply insert a source media into the source slot and then insert the target media with equal or larger capacity into a destination slot.  Next, you push a copy button and that starts the copying process. There is no complicated software to run.

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Nexcopy Inc., a leading manufacturer in USB Duplicator solutions, announces the release of a 16 target SuperSpeed 3.0 USB duplicator for data loading to USB 3.0 devices.

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The new 3.0 USB Duplicators from Nexcopy provide ultra fast data copying via the SuperSpeed USB specification. The new USB 3.0 Duplicator systems will reach maximum data transfer rates for the given device connected. The Nexcopy SSUSB160PC is a PC based system giving the user flexible configuration options as a network resource or dedicated binary bit for bit USB copier.

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Primera Technology, Inc., the world’s leading manufacturer of CD/DVD and Blu-ray Disc™ Publishers, today announced its Bravo 4100-Series Disc Publishers (DP-4100-Series in Europe, Scandinavia and Middle East).

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Bravo 4100-Series Disc Printers and Publishers are the fastest in their class. Full-color, 100% coverage discs with near-perfect print quality are printed in just 6 seconds each. This compares to 20 to 120 seconds on competitive machines to print discs with comparable print quality.

With built-in high-speed recorders, direct-to-disc printing and fast robotics, Primera’s disc printers and publishers automate the process of burning and printing quantities of CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray Discs. The devices are used by a wide variety of organizations including corporate marketing, training and engineering departments, non-profits, churches, schools and universities, recording and video production studios, television stations and much more.

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rimage 5400n disc copy station.jpgRimage Corporation, the industry-leading provider of on-demand CD/DVD/Blu-ray Disc publishing systems, has introduced the patent-pending Rimage 5400N Disc Copy Station, a new system designed to copy CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray Discs with the ease of a paper copier. The 5400N Disc Copy Station is now available for order through Rimage’s Value Added Reseller network.

Optical discs are increasingly replacing paper documents in business workflows. Often, this drives a need in companies of all sizes for functional replicates of original discs for documentation management, data distribution or the replacement of lost discs.

The 5400N Disc Copy Station makes creating working copies of existing discs as simple as inserting a disc to be copied into the system and pressing the “Copy” button. The Disc Copy Station photographs the disc label, reads the contents, records the contents on a blank disc, and prints a near-perfect replica of the original disc label. Multiple working copies of the original disc can be created as one job. This automated process eliminates the complex task of finding the original label and contents, creating or purchasing the original label from a past supplier, or manually writing information on the disc. Using the Disc Copy Station is faster than manual alternatives, which often tie up skilled professionals for hours.

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