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Multimedia Flash to Disc Duplicator

iShare Multimedia flash to Disc Duplicator

uSATA Series

Source:With a built-in USB port on the control, users can use USB to be the source and start the duplication. Also, flash card can be used as source via a single-device card reader.

Data Format from Flash:FAT16/32

Operation Interface:Add one USB port, and three buttons as "USB copy key", "Eject all disc" &"Select source

Function:User can use USB or disc as the source. And when pressing the "USB copy key", the data in USB will be fully copy to the disc. "Multi-session" is not included in uSATA series.

MD Series

Source:Users can directly copy the data in USB,CF,SD/MMC,MS/MS Pro via the built-in flash source ports

Data Format from Flash:FAT16/32

Operation Interface:Add different flash devices insert port for flash USB, CF, SD/MMC and MS/MS Pro.

Function: User can use USB /Flash or disc as the source. "Multi-Session" helps to integrate data from different sources into on disc; "Disc-Spanning" will automatically span and copy your files into multiple discs.

Yes.
USB card readers can be used as the connection between flash devices and the duplicator. However, only a "Single device card reader" (as photo 1) can be used. If you use "Multiple devices card reader "(as photo 2), the duplicator will not correctly identify where the data is coming from. Because of this, the duplication may fail.

Note: When you use "Multiple devices card reader" on PC, there will be more than one partition showed on the screen. For example, if you insert a 4 in 1 multiple card reader onto a PC, there will be 4 partitions showed on the screen.

iShare series supports different source media, such as disc, USB and flash cards, but the source from USB or flash media should be FAT16/FAT32.

Carry Mini Dupe - uDisc

uDISC is a sophisticated and portable duplicator which combines flash source devices and a disc drive. It can easily backup your flash source onto a CD/DVD disc (un-erasable if so desired). And this device can benefit:
  • 1. Writer or Reporter: uDISC saves the work when their paper, thesis, article or report is done.
  • 2. Photographer or journalist: uDISC lets them backup important pictures or images right away on their discs, especially when they are out in the field.
  • 3. Forensic officers: uDISC helps them make sure evidence collected can be safely filed and remains original.
  • 4. Salesman: uDISC helps them create and pass on discs immediately to customers who cannot access their flash devices.
Yes!
With built-in multi-session function in uDISC, you can collect the data from different flash devices onto one disc. And if your data won't fit in one disc, through Disc-Spanning technology, uDISC can automatically calculate the number of discs needed, and copy your data onto multiple discs.