|Apr 07, 2004, 12:54 PM|
Interesting Portable Photo Storage Device
I saw this and it looked like a good possibility for those of you that need to travel away from your pc and don't have a laptop. I have not tried one or haven't heard of anyone that has, so I can't comment on how well it works. I did have a camera made by that company a few years ago and it was of fairly good quality for low end stuff. Here's the link.
|Apr 07, 2004, 07:42 PM|
I agree with you both but MX if you had a 20gig memory card you wouldn't need it! Notice it doesn't support XP!
I travel with my laptop just for these kind of reasons, and with a 1 gig card for my 5MP Minolta and only 376 pictures you need to download. Four of my friends and I went to Kauai last year at this time and took 2000 pictures. You need to be prepared for the unexpected!
|Apr 07, 2004, 09:52 PM|
Notice it doesn't support XP!
98FE either! Which is what I'm running on this computer, naturally. Oh well, I guess I could always use the kids' pc. Laptop is definitely the best way to go, but this thing looked interesting to me for some reason. I'm a gadget junky, though!
|Apr 07, 2004, 10:55 PM|
I haven't read the owners manual but it the description says "portable hard drive with built in card reader" Windows xp should recognize it just fine as a drive, you could then transfer the files to your hard drive.. very slowly with usb 1.1
|Apr 08, 2004, 02:54 PM|
Joined Jan 2002
the western digital one isn't too portable. AC powered... :-(
I saw a portable CD burner that claimed to be able to hook up to a camera, just another possible solution. I'll try to find the info, don't know where I saw it...
|Apr 08, 2004, 03:06 PM|
Joined Jan 2002
here it is
burns cds without a computer, would let you distribute pictures on the spot! just hand them a photo-cd! Pretty much unlimited storage, CDs are cheap.
|Apr 09, 2004, 09:57 PM|
Joined Oct 2002
Found these in the Detroit Free Press:
RCA Lyra RD2780, www.rca.com. 20 gig hard drive, 3.5 color screen, slot for CF cards
Belkin $99 Media Reader, all common cards
Kanguru FC-RW , $199, all common cards
Epson P1000, hard drive w/3.8" screen
The tech author preferred the Kanguru FC-RW
|Apr 11, 2004, 03:29 AM|
I found more info on it at:
I/OMagic?s USB 20GB Hard Drive w/ Built-in 6-in-1 Card Reader is a portable palm-sized storage device that is a great solution for all of your digital data storage needs. Combining the high storage capacity with rechargeable battery, the drive allows users to transfer high-resolution photos or digital data from memory cards into the built-in HDD.
No longer need to carry your laptop PC around or purchase bunch of memory cards for your digital camera use and no need to worry about running low in memory card?s storage space anymore.
20GB 2.5 HHD inside
Back up all kinds of files using the 2.5" external HDD, USB card reader/writer
Convenient charging using the included AC/DC adapter
Fast Transfer - 128MB flash memory cards in only 3.5 minutes
LED indicators show the status of I-Drive while operating
Provides up to 2.5 hours (150 minutes) of use, with approximately 500 recharge cycles
Stand-alone palm-sized rechargeable storage device
Using the buttons on the control panels, the data transfers are simple and easy
Pentium II 400MHz Computer or Higher
One available USB 1.1 Port
CD-ROM Drive for Driver Installation
32MB of RAM (64MB recommended)
Operating Systems Supported:
USB 20GB Hard Drive w/Built in 6-in-1 Card Reader
Installation Driver CD
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