The Kanguru USB Duplicator allows you to plug in up to 24 thumb drives at once and dictate what information goes onto all of them. An LCD on the unit helps you to know what you’re doing, and you can map hotkeys so that you can copy and format drives with the touch of a button.

The Kanguru USB Duplicator might not seem so useful if you’ve only got a thumb drive or two (just copy and paste you lazy bum!), but these days flash drives are replacing pamphlets. If you’ve got a press release or a portfolio that requires not only text but large images as well, handing out cheap, low-capacity thumb drives is a lot easier than printing it all out.

The cost might make you wish you were duplicating cash, though: $3,000 for a Kanguru

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