Kingston Workflow Station Reader

The Kingston Workflow Station Makes Things Easy for Content Creators and Video Professionals

Kingston Workflow Station on a desk

Creative professionals are all too familiar with the grueling long work hours that projects demand with impending deadlines looming overhead. They can be sensitive to their workspace and environment since they must sustain their concentration on important details for extended periods of time. Not only that, but their process and workflow when focusing on their projects must be quick and efficient, almost as if it’s second nature.

This is especially true when it comes to video editing projects that require video professionals and content creators to off-load and transfer footage and audio from multiple sources such as SD and microSD cards, external SSDs, and USB flash drives. To meet these needs, the Kingston Workflow Station and Readers are designed to expedite the workflow of content creators and video professionals by transferring files quickly from multiple sources simultaneously along with some neat features that video editors might find useful.

Flexible Workflow System

The Workflow Station is a dock that houses four readers which utilize the USB-C type connection. The Workflow Station comes bundled with one USB miniHub reader which features one USB-A and one USB-C type slot with USB 3.2 Gen 2 speeds for the latest industry standard. The Workflow Station can dock three additional readers which can be comprised of another USB miniHub, one that’s a microSD card reader, and another that’s a SD card reader.

Customizable Plug-and-Play Features

The readers feature plug -and-play flexibility which can come in handy in several situations including customizing your own Workflow Station set-up. For instance, if you primarily use SD cards to store and transfer your files, you can have up to four SD card readers docked into your Workflow Station for a total of eight SD card slots that you can off-load files from at once. Whether you have only SD card readers, microSD readers, or a mix of USB miniHub readers docked to the Workflow Station, the options are yours to personalize the arrangement of your readers to fit your own optimal workflow.

Standalone Versatility

The readers also feature on-the-go capabilities since you can use it standalone without docking it to the Workflow Station. Their portability makes it possible to instantly transfer your content from your camera to your computer while traveling or out in the field. The USB-C cable makes connecting the readers to your computer easily without the need of the Workflow Station. This allows content creators and video professionals to off-load and transfer content from their SD, microSD cards, and external flash drives anywhere without having to utilize the Workflow Station all the time.

Fast Speeds for Simultaneous Transfers

The Workflow Station and Readers come with USB 3.2 Gen 2 and USB 3.2 Gen 1 speeds for incredibly fast transfers and multiple simultaneous off-loads. The dock utilizes USB 3.2 Gen 2 speeds when connected to multiple sources while the USB miniHub utilizes USB 3.2 Gen 1 speeds when using the included USB-C cable. Pair the Workflow Station and Readers with any of Kingston’s high-performance memory cards and USB flash drives for a dynamic combination of speed and efficiency that’ll speed up and make your workflow easier than ever.

Experience a Better Workflow

The Workflow Station and Readers offer a transfer and editing set-up designed for content creators and video professionals in mind. Dock and manage all your memory cards, USB flash drives, and external hard drives at once with efficiency and versatility. It’ll save some time and stress when working with fast-paced projects and deadlines.

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