Wolverine FlashPac/7160 is a 160 GB Portable Digital Pictures and Data Storage features High-capacity 160 GB hard drive to quickly save images on the spot; Store thousands of photos directly from memory cards (any format i.e; JPEG, RAW, etc.); Capable of reading 7 types of memory cards directly via built-in card slots; One-touch easy operation; Provides external hard drive backup for computer data. The product dimension 4.6 x 3.1 x 0.9 inches and weighs 2 pounds.
Wolverine FlashPac/7160 Reviews
Bobatkins reviews the Wolverine FlashPac/7160 and writes;
“I tested the Wolverine Flashpac by downloading a total of 40GB of data from 128MB, 512MB, 1GB, 2GB and 4GB cards. In total I made around 30 card transfers (from both CF and SD cards) with no errors. It’s hard to judge long term reliability from a short term test, but so far it looks very good. That also seems to be the general consensus of opinions from other reviews and user comments I’ve seen.”
Sharedreviews reviews the Wolverine FlashPac/7160 and writes;
“I transferred over about 50GB of data in about 5 min, with really surprised me how fast it transferred that data though a USB connection. Power wise, it dose have a “Real” hard drive inside it meaning it’s not a flash drive, which the name “Wolverine FlashPac” does cast some confusion of that point.”
Wolverine FlashPac/7160 User Opinions
Do not hesitate, | Rating:
“I bought this flashpac for my wedding. We had guests insert the memory cards from their cameras. Instead of having to wait for guests to remember to send us their best shots, we had them all by the time the wedding was over! I have since used this flashpac as an external hardrive, edited the pictures directly on the drive w/o saving them to my computer, uploaded them to flickr, etc.” – By Eringatang
Worked like a charm, | Rating:
“I took this product on a two month trip backpacking through South America. So it went through extremes of cold and high altitude. I did fill up my camera card, so I was a little nervous about deleting all my pictures from the card after I backed them up onto the Wolverine, but there was nothing to worry about. All of my files were there on the Wolverine when I got home.” – By B. Peel
this product is strangely unique?? | Rating:
“All-in-all it’s a great until and quite unique which really surprised me?? I think many other units like this will be out in the market very soon. The price for this is comparable to the hard drive cost it’s self so it’s a pretty safe purchase with the one year warranty that come with the device.” – By Brian O’Neill
Wolverine FlashPac/7160 User Manual Download
Wolverine FlashPac/7160 Features
The Wolverine Data 7160 FlashPac 160 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. 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 160 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 can transfer up to 10 GB of data.
Connecting via a high-speed USB 2.0 or USB 1.1 port.
The FlashPac is compatible with Windows 98/ME/2000/XP and 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.
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