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    Possibly the best mobile storage capability ever?

    Now consider i'm a developer on a move, my offical title is IVR consultant, technology is all important, whether transfering a 100k piece of development code, or 20GB of Databases, and 30000 voice files...

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    This product is awesome!. 8 in 1 card reader, inbuilt 250GB hard disk, USB2.0 or IEEE1394a connections and an inbuilt USB hub!.

    I can't see the need for any other piece of kit for data transfer requirements ever again....

    Buy here

    At £161 inc Vat, i can't see why everyone doesn't have one

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    saw one of these agggggges ago, funky bits of kit but only now worth the money, I remember they were like £300 when they came out as HDD's cost alot more then.

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    Nice, but i prefer my pendrive for size
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    Whatever floats your boat. It's very nice but personally I'd prefer a host-powered device as in some environments power sockets aren't easy to access.

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