Vosonic Technology Corporation, based in Taiwan and the manufacturer of the X'S-Drive and V-MP3H storage devices, has announced the X'S-Drive II , a new 6 in 1 Portable Storage device with USB 2.0 and an LCD Panel. The Vosonic X'S-Drive II is a new generation of X'S-Drive, combining the Fast USB 2.0 compatible interface and an LCD panel to indicate the Working status, File transfer, battery power level, and out of memory indicator.
Vosonic XS-Drive II Portable Storage Device
Vosonic Technology Corporation, based in Taiwan and the manufacturer
of the X'S-Drive and V-MP3H storage devices, has announced the X'S-Drive
II , a new 6 in 1 Portable Storage device with USB 2.0 and an LCD
The Vosonic X'S-Drive II is a new generation of X'S-Drive, combining the Fast USB 2.0 compatible interface and an LCD panel to indicate the Working status, File transfer, battery power level, and out of memory indicator.
Like the X'S-Drive VP2030, the X'S-Drive VP2060 allows the transfer of pictures and all the other files from any memory card to its internal 2.5 inches hard drive.
It can be used with all types of memory cards: Compactflash, IBM Microdrive, SmartMedia, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, Secure Digital, and MultiMediaCard. (xD memory cards require a CompactFlash adapter)
Very easy to use, the Copy function from your memory cards just requires to press a button, and the files transfer progress is indicated on the LCD Panel.
Easy to carry, the X'S-Drive II includes built-in internal rechargeable batteries and a carry bag in which you can put as well your memory cards.
You can access your files stored on the Hard Drive on your computer with the new fact USB 2.0 Connection - you can also use the X'S-Drive II as a USB Combo card reader.
RSP (excl VAT) as follows: X'S-Drive II 20GB: USD 365 / 349 Euros / £229.70
FeaturesUnlimited internal storage capacity
The X'S-Drive II works with 2.5 inches Hard Drives of any capacity. You can purchase the X'S-Drive II with a pre-installed Hard Drive or install your own (provided it's 9.5mm).
Compact & light device
It weights only 300g with the built-in Hard drive and is easy to carry (13 x 7.5 x 2.5 cm).
The X'S-Drive II is provided with a free Carry Bag that you can also use to carry your memory cards.
Compatible with all the Memory Cards - No Adapter required (apart
from xD which require a CF adapter)
The X'S-Drive works with all current memory cards used with digital cameras: Compactflash, IBM Microdrive, SmartMedia, Memory Stick (Sony & LexarMedia), Memory Stick Pro, Secure Digital, and MultiMediaCard.
Fast transfer speeds
The file transfer from a memory card to the X'S-Drive is performed quickly by the X'S-Drive.
The file transfer to and from your computer are done via the fast USB 2.0 interface connection.
LCD Panel to display the working status (no picture preview).
1. File transfer status
2. Amount of battery power left
3. Main storage out of memory indicator
The XS-Drive II has a built-in rechargeable Lithium-ion battery which allows 1.6 hours of usage on full charge.
|Dimensions||13 x 7.5 x 2.5 cm|
|Weight||300g (including HD)|
|Storage Temperature||-40oC / 70oC|
|Operating emperature||0oC / 70oC|
|Supply Voltage||9V / 18V|
|Supply Current||Working:12V (360mA) Standby:175mA|
|Power Source||Internal: Li-ion rechargeable battery 3.6V x 2 (720 mA) External: 12V adapter (1500mA)|
||1.6 hours (full charge)|
|Hard Disk size||2.5 inch (any 2.5" HD 9.5mm - not 12mm)|
|Hard Disk Capacity||Unlimited|
|Download interface||Fast USB 2.0 Interface port|
|Download Speed||Up to 480Mbps|
|Files System|| Support Standard FAT
|PC Peripheral||USB 2.0 Interface with standard storage device|
|LCD Panel||Main storage (HDD) out of memory indicator Amount of battery power Error reading indicator Media type indicator File transfer status USB access Charge Status|
|OS Supported||Windows 98/98SE, Win 2000 (with driver) Win ME/XP, Linux Kernel version 2.4 or above without driver Mac OS 8.6 - 9.0 with driver Mac OS 10.0.1 and above without driver|
|Memory cards Supported||Compactflash Card type I / type II (CF) IBM Microdrive Smartmedia Card (SM) Memory Stick (MS) Memory Stick Pro (MS Pro) Secure Digital (SD) MultiMediaCard (MMC)|
|Box content||AC Power adapter, USB Cable, User's guide, Driver CDRom, Carry bag (optional)|
|Supply Voltage||9V / 18V|
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