Supersized portable storage
Subject: Storage | November 9, 2007 - 06:45 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
If 4 and 8GB flash drives just don't cut it for you because of the size and amount of data you carry around, Hardware Logic has a review that will make your day. How would you like a 160GB in a small 6oz package that should be tough enough to live in the bottom of a bag? Head over and read all about the SimpleTech SimpleDrivePS.
"An image from a high end digital camera can exceed five megabytes. Recorded TV and (legally) stored movies approach 10
gigabytes. Transporting files via email is often not an option because of size or sensitivity of material. Server uploading
and downloading is an option, but can be slow – especially if you are wireless. Burning to DVD or CD can work – or it can
lead to the “DVD as Still Life” syndrome – where an office is salt-and-peppered with hundreds of unlabeled DVD’s and CD’s.
You need a large, portable, rewritable, rugged option."
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