Nexcopy Corporation released a new line of flash memory duplication systems, the CF Duplicator 150PC, 300PC and 450PC.Â These PC based systems are ideal for doing bulk data loading to Compact Flash cards.
Nexcopy has some unique features to make any data loading job a breeze.Â For example, you can put unique files to each CF card through their Unique Data Copy function.Â Or a user can easily copy bootable Compact Flash cards by using the bit for bit Short Image copy function.Â The Short Image copy function means only the data clusters used on the CF card will be copied to the target devices…rather than the entire thing.
However, Nexcopy also provides a Full Image copy function if that is required.Â I’m thinking this would be good for Ext2 or Ext3 Linux formats where there are potential files that could be in any sector of the CF media.
Nexcopy Inc.Â CF Duplicator line starts out with the CF150PC at $1,200 with an upgrade path to the 30 port and 45 port systems.Â So the CF Duplicator is modular in design.
Nexcopy also mentions a user can mix and match duplicator boxes, so you could now copy to SD media, CF media and USB sticks all through one software interface, and at the same time!Â Not bad.
You can learn more by visiting the product page: CF Duplicator by Nexcopy. https://www.nexcopy.com/cf-duplicator/
With microSD cards getting so large, we have seen some create uses.Â This years CES 2010 is no exception.Â Take for example, the new data backup service from Clickfree.Â Clickfree now offers the ability for you to backup PC files directly to your Blackberry smartphone.
The new Clickfree Traveler Micro-SD card for BlackBerry comes with pre-installed Clickfree software.Â This enables you to easily backup important files to your BlackBerry.Â The Traveler is tailor made for the business users who are constantly on the go and searching for a better way to backup their data.
Once Clickfree is installed your BlackBerry will automatically backup your files every time you connect to the computer via USB cable.Â It also keeps files secure with password protection which is encrypted.Â The Clickfree Traveler works with Windows 7, Vista, XP and Mac OS X 10.5+.Â It will release in February for a price of $89.99 (16GB) and $149.99 (32GB).