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U-Reach unveils the fastest SSD duplicator in the market

Press release [Thursday 31 October 2013]

U-Reach unveils the all-new "Super Jet SSD Duplicator" launch in October to target Small Business. The onboard multi-thread processor which allows copy speed delivers up to 16GB/min per port. Since each port operates independently, this added performance greatly and prevents copy speed being slowed down by low-speed SSD during operation.

Super Jet SSD Duplicator was tested with 40 targets fully populated and the transfer speed is up to 640GB/min. It withstands any test and this is definitely the number one SSD copy machine in the market.

The most popular feature of U-Reach duplicator series – Stand Alone Log Report Management: records detail operation of every single SSD. It prohibits unauthorized source duplication, analyzes production yield and reduces human error. It is an indispensable tool for both production and procedure management. Besides, it's a complete standalone system, no computer required to log. Super Jet SSD Duplicator is the only one with this unique function in the market.

U-Reach duplicators were already adopted by well-known international manufacturers, and highly recommend every customer has to test before purchasing.


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