Simultaneously flashing multiple USB devices


Popsicle puts an end to tedious rounds of copying when you want to write images to multiple USB media. By writing to any number of storage devices simultaneously – even devices connected via hubs – Popsicle achieves the optimal speed for each device.

USB drives from different manufacturers and with different capacities do not pose any problems for Popsicle. Popsicle also lets you write image files to an arbitrary number of microSD and SD cards in parallel. With support for mixed operation with USB sticks, Popsicle makes life far easier for users who frequently have to write images to a large number of removable media.

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