is at the forefront of flash memory duplication industry, despite the fact it’s a rather boring niche. Nevertheless, we have to give these guys credit for putting in an enormous amount of effort into a market segment that just isn't flashy (no pun intended). As we can all imagine, data loading 100s or 1,000s of flash drives is quite a time-consuming tedious task. To ease the pain however, their latest additions - 2 standalone CF duplicators - will make things ultra-easy to load flash cards in bulk.
The duplicator can load content up to 2GB/minute to all sockets, at which speed is reportedly faster than USB 3.0
. This gives the unit an effective throughout of 450MB/s provided you always have 15 CFs to fill. We tend to believe Nexcopy actually meant it would be faster for its duplicator to copy files to all slots simultaneously than the same task would take over USB 3.0, in which case you would to build your own with a bunch of card readers and hubs. Additionally, the Nexcopy can DoD erase cards to wipe them clean and sanitize the media, and also can perform benchmark tests for both read and write speeds for CFs. To top it off, the duplicator has eject buttons for each individual CF socket so you don't get carpal tunnel syndrome trying to pull out those cards. For those who are interested in, there’s a 15-slot and a 7-slot version, both of which are made of anodized aluminum with Nexcopy’s signature silver bezel and deep blue side accents.