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New Kinetic Typography Video From Nexcopy

Kinetic typography is the technical name for “moving text.” It is an animation technique mixing motion and text to express ideas using video animation. Nexcopy has tried our hand with kinetic typography to market and promotion the USB200PRO system, the USB duplicator system which supports advanced functions like write protect USB media, partition USB media and create CD-ROM USB media. Take a look: <a href="https://www.linkedtube.com/JIW2TjkQB4Ac48f239506dc91e90c7c60e580da94b8.htm">LinkedTube</a> For dealers interested in getting this video where it points to a specific landing page on your website, please contact Nexcopy marketing [here] for more information. Here is the plain text of the kinetic typography video above:
Looking for more from your flash drive, then just storage? Say, write protect your data so it cannot be deleted off? Or make the USB drive appear as a CD-ROM device? How about partition a drive so it appears as two drive letters? Nexcopy understands your needs – and we can help. Lets talk about the USB200PRO duplicator. The PRO series duplicator from Nexcopy. We have the technology to write protect your content. We have the technology to create a USB CD-ROM device. We have the technology to partition a drive into multiple drive letters. The USB200PRO can do it all. The USB200PRO is designed for in-house use. Perform these advanced functions at your facility – at your convenience. Publish your content on your schedule. Configure your drive the way you want it. Nexcopy understands your needs – we have the solution. Look to learn more about the USB200PRO. The more you know, the better it gets.
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Nexcopy Introduces SuperSpeed 3.0 USB Duplicator Systems

Press Release:

Rancho Santa Margarita, CA — Jan 19, 2011 — 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. 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.
  • All new 16 target SuperSpeed 3.0 USB Duplicator by Nexcopy
  • SuperSpeed USB specifications increases performance by an average of 150% from USB 2.0 technology
  • Feature rich Nexcopy Drive Manager Software supports all formats, FAT, FAT32, NTFS, ext2, ext3, HFS, Unix and IMG files
  • Short image or Full image binary copy from physical master device
  • Bit for bit verification function to ensure 100% accuracy
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Zedomax Reports

“If you are thinking about getting a “secure” USB flash drive to protect your data, consider Nexcopy’s USB Secure USB Flash Drives.  The Secure Flash Drive products have some additional qualities that are VERY unique. For example, the drive can be configured to include a USB CD-ROM partition with an Open partition to read/write OR you may configure the drive to include a USB Read Only partition with open partition, or finally you may configure the drive to be a USB dongle where there entire drive is Read Only”…read more from ZedomaxContinue Reading

EverythingUSB Reports

“What you need is a flash drive duplicator that will not only duplicate flash drives, but offers USB copy protection as well. The new Nexcopy USB drive duplicator allows the addition of copy protection to the files stored on the drive to prevent unauthorized duplication. This would be perfect for designers looking to be able to give out digital portfolios, but wanting to protect their work from duplication. Both software and PDF documents can be copy protected”…read more from EverythingUSBContinue Reading

BoingBoing Reports

“The awesomely, Sovietly square Nexcopy USB200PC key duplicator will flash 20 USB sticks at once from a master key. Sounds like a useful tool for samizdata (see, for example, Cuba, where keys were used to spread videos of a suppressed congressional crisis), and it’s going to look great on the scrapheap of history in a decade or so!” read more from BoingBoingContinue Reading

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