Super Digibin


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Violett

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Hi all,

Went to Sim Lim Square today and came across this new portable storage solution. Here are the KEY FEATURES AND BENEFITS:


- Virtually unlimited storage capability in the palm of your hand
- Enough for 15,000 images or more
- User friendly interface
- Excellent companion for quick uploads and downloads of files
- Files stored can be easily managed through a PC or Mac
- Sleek and stylish design
- Easy to read backlight LCD display for both daytime and night - time use
- To extend battery life the unit automatically shuts itself off after - 30 seconds of inactivity
- Non-slip grips
- One touch backup of image files from memory card
- Built-in hard drive, memory card reader and rechargeable battery
- Fast USB interface with Plug & Play design
- Software and firmware upgradeable
- Memory cards are still expensive at about $1/MB or $799/GB.

The Super DigiBin™ offers a highly portable 20 GB of storage for about $0.01745/MB or $17.45/GB

For more information, visit http://www.matis.com.sg ;)
 

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qhelix

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Originally posted by Violett

The Super DigiBin™ offers a highly portable 20 GB of storage for about $0.01745/MB or $17.45/GB
I'd say $349?
 

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qhelix

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Take note that it uses an internal li-ion battery that according to the website is capable of 700 recharge cycles. There is an option to purchase a rechargable battery pack though.
 

tomshen

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I found the image tank has some problems when uploading from PC. Always hung there. Maybe this one is better as a portable disk. Anyway, I wish a usb2.0 interface is available.
 

Violett

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Originally posted by tomshen
I found the image tank has some problems when uploading from PC. Always hung there. Maybe this one is better as a portable disk. Anyway, I wish a usb2.0 interface is available.
Unfortunately, it is a USB1.0.. but I forgot if there is a firewire interface.. will check it out
 

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Punkie

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Its only USB 1.1 for both PC and Mac. No Firewire :)
 

sonix

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I read this in computer times also..

anyone has this gadget? any feebacks? pros and cons?

Can someone can organize the bulk buy ;)

Thanks in advance
 

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Kiwi

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Pls count me in, if can get for <$500. Thanks!
 

gbuzzer

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What about the Archos Multimedia Jukebox that comes with a 20gb harddisk to transfer photos and also double up as an MP3 player and MPEG4 video player?

Anyone with experience on this gadget?
 

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