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    Default Re: How to store and backup photos when travelling?

    SO do I... what brand is it?

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    Default Re: How to store and backup photos when travelling?

    i think i'm quite silly
    i only carry 2 memory cards
    and if i'm running out of space
    i start deleting photos

    but i'm juz an amateur
    so i think no harm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anson View Post
    I just got a (another) netbook for S$399/- which come with 250GB installed with a 6 cell battery which weight about 1.2kg.

    I think most would prefer this over a "Backup drive" option if you don't mind the 800g of weight difference.
    That's cheap!! Where can we get this?

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    Default Re: How to store and backup photos when travelling?

    I also want to know where Anson Buy it and which brand.... become curious and start to think not to upgrade my handphone but to buy NetBook

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    Default Re: How to store and backup photos when travelling?

    i think he may be refering to the eee pc,

    it's a great PC for it's price

    if you want something light but size of a proper laptop (it's 13.3 inches)

    get the new acer (sorry, can't rmb the model no. but its the one currently advertised on the television)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lomographer View Post
    i think he may be refering to the eee pc,

    it's a great PC for it's price

    if you want something light but size of a proper laptop (it's 13.3 inches)

    get the new acer (sorry, can't rmb the model no. but its the one currently advertised on the television)
    Eee PC is going for $699 with Free Optical drive & mouse

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    Default Re: How to store and backup photos when travelling?

    But the one that he said 250Gb, with price 399.... maybe should wait....

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    Default Re: How to store and backup photos when travelling?

    I just came back from Memory World at Funan Centre this afternoon.
    Their UDMA Colourspace Hyperdrive is out of stock (this is the faster speed one - 2Gb/min transfer rate).
    The have the original Colourspace Hyperdrive (1Gb/min) going at $378 for a 500Gb capacity. The newer UDMA one would have cost $498 at the same 500Gb capacity.
    I personally felt that the rate of transfer of 1Gb/min is still very good. A 16Gb CF card would just take me 16 mins to backup.
    So I got the 500Gb Colouspace Hyperdrive at $378 happily.
    Only qualm - LCD screen no where as good as the DLSR lah.. But heck, it's for backing up mah...

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    Default Re: How to store and backup photos when travelling?

    i have a portable hdd that has slots for cards to transfer but have not been using it since i got my netbook!

    took my netbook around china and europe for two months last year and not only was able to back up my photos on its hdd, i was able to back up photos onto an external 320gb hdd and surf the net.

    it's an asus eeepc
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    I am using a PhotoBank bought from Sim Lim...casing abt $50++ if I can remember correctly...then I salvaged an old HDD to put it...works well for me...
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