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Thread: Picture storage with Compaq iPAQs

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    Jeff Blum, CEO of Glass Lantern, LLC wrote an article on using Compaq iPAQs as storage devices for your digital camera images.

    I like to get as much as possible out of the equipment I already have, and my Pocket PC already goes pretty much everywhere since it holds my calendar, address book, notes, calorie tracking software, ebooks, and news from the newspapers and magazines I read. Why not use it for storing pictures as well?
    View the rest of the article here...
    Last edited by Richard; 7th November 2002 at 12:43 PM.

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    Some more interesting information about using other PocketPC devices as image storage devices for your digital cameras here.

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    I don't get the point.

    Why not just use CF hard drives directly?

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    Originally posted by Zoomer
    I don't get the point.

    Why not just use CF hard drives directly?
    U topped out at 1 gig max. If u take lots of video and raw, it might be a tight fit for a long trip. A 5 gig toshiba pcmcia drive or 10+ gig pcmcia harddisk may do wonders for a fraction the size of a laptop.

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    Hmm...so the 5gig and 10gig drives are type III?

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    Originally posted by Zoomer
    Hmm...so the 5gig and 10gig drives are type III?
    5gb drives are type II PCMCIA. There're no 10GB pcmcia drives at the moment.

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