Sunday, August 31, 2008

Portable Photo Storage

A touch of a button is all it takes to transfer photos stored in a Flash memory card into the newly launched Photo Safe II, a palm sized portable hard drive. All you have to do is insert a supported memory card into the device, press the download button to start archiving its entire contents in their original file name and file structure, at up to 5Mbps into the storage device. Once it finishes copying, users can erase the data in the memory card and reuse it to keep on shooting.

Photo Safe II supports a variety of memory cards including Compact Flash type 1, xD-Picture Card, Multimedia, Secure Digital (SD), SDHC,miniSD, Memory Sticks (MS), MS Pro, MS Duo and MS Pro Duo. In front, users will see the LED screen that lets them know the status of the device such as battery life, remaining hard drive space and type of card inserted. The Photo Safe II is available in two versions - the 80Gb retails for USD139 and the 160Gb costs USD189.

Source : Digital Foci

1 comment:

iCalvyn said...

last time i saw before a device, just casing selling MYR160, HDD have to buy separate