Kanguru intros pricey standalone USB Duplicator

Darren Murph
D. Murph|12.13.07

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Darren Murph
December 13, 2007 7:52 PM
Kanguru intros pricey standalone USB Duplicator
We aren't about to believe Kanguru's latest is really the "first of its kind," but it's not exactly something you see everyday while perusing the aisles at your local office supply store, either. The standalone USB Duplicator does an excellent job of describing its sole purpose in life with its title, but we'll humor you, anyway. This box comes in two flavors -- 1 master to 9 targets or 1 master to 24 targets -- which allows USB 1.1 / 2.0 thumb drives and / or USB hard drives to be hooked up and mirrored with extraordinarily little effort. Reportedly, the system is mostly automatic, and it will play nice with "all major file systems." Think you could put one of these to good use? Yeah, we're sure you could -- but how long will it take you to recoup the $2,999.99 (for the 10-port version, no less) you'll be laying down up front?

[Via I4U News]
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