Hamilton

Posted by: DT  :  Category: USB Duplicators

The Hamilton USB Transfer Express is one kind of a duplicator.
Not only can it transfer data to 15 clones and more, it also can speed from place to place due to its mobility.


Hamilton Transfer Express with & without USB Flash Drives

Hamilton USB Duplicator (@ black  logo) or (black3)


Copy/Erase up to 15 flash drives at once
Available as 1:15
Additional unit can be daisy-chained for 1:30
Portable
Standalone (no computer required)
Supports all popular formats, file sizes & capacities
Supports most USB devices
(Flash drives, cards, MP3 players, USB hard drives, etc.)
High-Speed USB
Copy to targets with one touch of a button
Copy multiple targets to one source
(Ideal for education & teacher assignments)
Formatting/Erasing
4-Key controller
Height x Width x Depth: ?
Weight: 4 lbs
Warranty: 90 day labor, 1 year parts


Tailored to podcasting and audio teaching, the Hamilton Transfer Express also comes as the EduCast Studio with built-in microphone and recording.


…on eBay right now:

 

Sorry, no items were found to display.

Try reloading or search eBay directly for ''.

Hamilton Buhl Kids USB Mouse #HB-MOUSE

Hamilton Buhl Kids USB Mouse #HB-MOUSE
Current price:
$9.95
Ends in:
0d 21h 20m
Hamilton Buhl Kids USB Mouse #HB-MOUSE

Hamilton Electronics USB Headset Lab Pack

Hamilton Electronics USB Headset Lab Pack
Current price:
$261.14
Ends in:
2d 2h 22m
Hamilton Electronics USB Headset Lab Pack

Search eBay for other items

or
Click here for more Hamilton USB Duplicators


Other USB Duplicators:

AleratecEZ DupeKanguru USB DuplicatorMicroboardsNexcopySpartanVinpowerZipSpin

3 Responses to “Hamilton”

  1. Admin @ Custom essay Says:

    Wow! Very similar to USB-hub. Handy thing for compatibility several flash drives at once!

  2. DT Says:

    It does look like a hub, doesnt it? A hub is only for storing though and not for duplicating content to the flash drives.

  3. shirley @ thesis writing service Says:

    I’ve never seen a device that can duplicate content to multiple flash drives at once!!
    And yes, it does look like a USB hub :)

Leave a Reply