Wolverine ESP – Review @ PPMag

PPmag online has published a review of the Wolverine ESP, a 80 – 120 GB portable storage disk featuring 3.6″ LCD, built in 7-in-1 Card Reader, capabilities of playing music (supports MP3, WMA, OGG, WAV, AAC (MP4-audio) & CDA) and video (MPEG-1, MPEG-4, WMV9 and Xvid), and a built-in FM Radio.


“Image transfer from card to ESP and from ESP to computer is fast. It takes only about two thirds of a second to transfer each file from a CompactFlash card. The ESP is a USB 2.0 device, but it’s backward compatible with USB 1.1 if you need it. Using the older version of USB makes image transfer a slow and tedious process, though. You can connect the ESP to any Windows XP or newer Mac system without having to install drivers or other program components. “

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One Response to “Wolverine ESP – Review @ PPMag”

  1. Noel Rowe says:

    You call this a review? Does it have a slot for a thumb drive? How does it connect to a computer? Can you connect it to a camera directly through RCA plugs? I need more information then this sales pitch.

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