Wolverine Data 7080 FlashPac is a 80 GB Portable Digital Pictures and Data Storage features High-capacity 80 GB memory card reader and storage device holds thousands of photos; provides external hard drive backup for computer data; Capable of reading 7 types of memory cards directly via built-in card slots; Compatible with PC, Mac, and Linux; and Includes USB cable, drivers CD, AC/DC universal auto-switch power adapter, carrying bag, and user’s guide. The product dimension 4.6 x 3.1 x 0.9 and Weight – 8 oz.
Wolverine Data 7080 FlashPac User Opinions
Great companion for all photographers on the road!, | Rating:
“Size, price, accessories and ergonomics: all this fits precisely the needs of a photographer on the road! Especially the ergonomics! Two buttons is all you need to make the backup, and not be tempted to make something wrong. Plug in the card, hold on button, press “copy.” Done. One single multicolor LED shows a combination of ‘on,’ ‘charge’ and ‘copy’ status. To save battery life, the device powers down itself very fast if you do not start copy. Very clever.” – By ThomasH
Works great and small to boot., | Rating:
“Two things really impress me. One is how easy it is to use. Literally, stick your card in, turn it on, press copy. It copies the card into a folder. Each card you get in and press copy gets its own folder so there is no worries about overwriting images. You might have a mess of duplicates but that is easier to fix than over writing images.” – By Brad Bonner
So far, so good, | Rating:
“Am I too trustful? So far, this thing has been an absolute godsend for my wedding biz, since I’ve come away with gigs and gigs of pics and don’t want to carry more than 4 cards at a time. It’s downloaded everything without fail so far. I do plan on purchasing insurance for my biz, just in case I trust this thing more than my own flesh and blood.” – By M. Domingo
Does what it says., | Rating:
“The Wolverine does what it says it will do and no more. I used it on a 3 week trip to Japan and downloaded 29GB of pics and they were all there when I got home. The carrying pouch is handy and it works pretty smoothly. It eats the batteries pretty quickly, but works just fine plugged in if you only want to download at night.” – By JR
Great product, great price on Amazon, | Rating:
“This is a very handy product. I have a 1GB CF card, a 2GB CF card, and a 1 GB SD card for my cameras and palm pilot. The Wolverine is great for taking all my RAW images in the field to free up my CF cards for more shots. “ – By Angela Chang
A no frills device that works like a charm, | Rating:
“This little device (very light and small, so fits quite easily in any camera bag) is very helpful. For the price of a couple of 8GB compact flash cards, you can hold the equivalent of 10 8GB cards. I haven’t used in the “field” yet, but in the tests I’ve conducted with it (on a Mac and a PC), the FlashPac uploads and downloads quickly and efficiently.” – By M. A. Pfeiffer
I would have been lost without this Wolverine photo storage in Namibia | Rating:
“After each day of photographing the wilderness and the wild animals of the country the Wolverine was a convenient and an easy way of storing the photographs. It’s rather quick in copying the data from the memory card and the battery life was very good and that’s very important when a long time could last between possible recharging.” – By Thorgrimur Gudmundsson
So Far So Good.. | Rating:
“The fact that this drive will read a number of memory card shapes and sizes is a real boon for those of us with multiple camera types. I had a Flash Trax unit a few years ago that was also an image viewer, which was nice, but it was five times the cost of this Wolverine and much larger.” – By Peter E. Labau
great gadget, | Rating:
“What made this even better was I could download the memory card after each site I visitied, and it put those pics into its own folder! It made my travellog a lot easier to publish with pics from each site in its own place, I didnt have to waste time on vacation seperating them! I highly recommend this item!” – By Wolf
Wolverine Data 7080 FlashPac Reviews
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Wolverine Data 7080 FlashPac Features
The Wolverine Data 7080 flashPac 80 GB Portable Digital Pictures and Data Storage Device stores thousands and thousands of photos in any format. Ideal for frequent travelers or those always on the go, this portable data storage unit can back up your pictures without forcing you to lug your computer around–or buy loads of smaller memory cards.
With a single press of a button, all your photos and digital data are effortlessly copied from the built-in 7-in-1 Card Reader into a portable, self-powered mass storage unit. Seconds later, with the contents of your memory card now safely stored, your card is ready to be reused–all without a computer. Whether you’re a photographer, a traveler, or someone who needs to share data during a business meeting, the battery-operated Wolverine flashPac lets you save up to 80 GB of data from anywhere in the world.
This stand-alone compact device copies and organize files without a computer. Capable of reading seven types of memory cards directly via the built-in card slots, it can even be used as an external hard drive to back up all your computer data, or as a memory card reader/writer. The clear LCD screen displays the status of the transfer. On a single charge, the rechargeable internal battery transfers 6 GB of data using 256 MB cards, to 12 GB using 1 GB and higher CF cards. Connecting via a high-speed USB 2.0 or USB 1.1 port, the flashPac is compatible with Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Vista, or Mac OS X and OS 9.0 or higher, or Linux Kernel 2.4 or later. It comes with a 1-year limited warranty.
What’s in the Box
Memory card reader and storage device, USB cable, CD driver, AC/DC universal auto-switch power adapter, carrying bag, and user’s guide.
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