Vosonic has announced the X'S-Drive Pro VP300 6in1 Portable Storage Device.
The X'S-Drive Pro has a USB 2.0 compatible interface, LCD panel to indicate
detailed working status. Like the previous X'S-Drive II VP2060, the X'S-Drive
Pro VP300 allows the transfer of pictures and all the other files from
any memory card (Compactflash, IBM Microdrive, SmartMedia, Memory Stick,
Memory Stick Pro, Secure Digital, and MultiMediaCard, and xD picture cards
with any adapter) to its internal 2.5 inches hard drive. It displays on
its 2.5" LCD information such as the filename, transfer progress
and battery level. The RRP is for the X'S-Drive Pro 20GB are: $335 excl
VAT / 275 Euros excl VAT / £225 incl VAT.
UPDATE: Specification corrections
VOSONIC X'S-DRIVE PRO VP300
6in1 Portable Storage Device with 40GB or more Fast connection with USB 2.0 & LCD Panel MP3 Jukebox Player
Cardmedia (Europe) Ltd, the official UK distributor for the manufacturer Vosonic, has announced the availability of the new X'S-Drive Pro VP300, a new Portable Storage Device with enhanced LCD display + MP3 player.
The X'S-Drive Pro is available from all appointed Vosonic distributors.
The Vosonic X'S-Drive Pro combines all the X'S-Drive latest features; Fast USB 2.0 compatible interface, LCD panel to indicate detailed Working status, File transfer and battery power level.
Like the previous X'S-Drive II VP2060, the X'S-Drive Pro VP300 allows the transfer of pictures and all the other files from any memory card to its internal 2.5 inches hard drive.
It displays on its 2.5 inches LCD screen detailed information such as the names of files being transferred and the transfer progress status.
It can be used with all types of memory cards: Compactflash, IBM Microdrive, SmartMedia, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, Secure Digital, and MultiMediaCard, and xD picture cards with any adapter.
The easy to use Copy function copies files from your memory cards with
just the press of a button, and the names of the files being transferred
are indicated on its LCD Panel.
It is also possible to copy file by file from the memory card to the HDD with its single file copy feature. The similar single file deletion feature allows to delete each file stored on the X'S-Drive Pro Hard disk or the memory card inserted
The X'S-Drive Pro includes built-in internal rechargeable batteries.
You can access the files stored on the Hard Drive via your computer with the new USB 2.0 Connection - you can also use the X'S-Drive Pro as a USB Combo card reader.
The RRP is for the X'S-Drive Pro 20GB are: $335 excl VAT / 275 Euros excl VAT / £225 incl VAT
Unlimited internal storage capacity
The X'S-Drive Pro works with 2.5 inches Hard Drives of any capacity. You can purchase the X'S-Drive Pro with a pre-installed Hard Drive or install your own (provided it's 9.5mm).
Compact & light device
It weights only 329g with the built-in Hard drive and is easy to carry (13.6 x 8.6 x 3.7 cm).
Compatible with all the Memory Cards - No Adapter required
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, MultiMediaCard, and xD picture cards.
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 with filename displayed + percentage processed
2. Amount of battery power left
3. Browse through files stored and play MP3 music tracks
The X'S-Drive Pro has a built-in rechargeable Lithium-ion battery which allows 2 hours of usage on full charge.
The X'S-Drive Pro is guaranteed against manufacturer's defects for 1 year
|Memory cards Supported|| Compactflash Card type
I / type II (CF)
Smartmedia Card (SM)
Memory Stick (MS)
Memory Stick Pro (MS Pro)
Secure Digital (SD)
|LCD Display||Black and White LCD displays working status|
|Hard Disk|| Supports data transmission
from memory card(s) to built-in 2.5 Hard drive
Backup all kinds of files as the 2.5" external HDD, USB card reader / writer
|Power Source|| Internal: Li-ion rechargeable
battery 3.6V x 2 (830 mA)
External: 12V adapter (1500mA)
|Supply Voltage||9V / 18V|
|Supply Current|| Working:12V (360mA)
||2.0 hours (full charge)|
|Download interface|| Fast USB 2.0 Interface
(Backward compatibility with USB 1.1)
|Download Speed||Up to 480Mbps|
|Music Playback||MP3 Format|
|Files System|| Support Standard FAT
|PC Peripheral||USB 2.0 Interface with standard storage device|
|OS Supported|| Windows 98/98SE, Win 2000
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
|Accessories||Power adapter / USB cable / user's guide / Driver Disc / Earphones|
|Storage Temperature||-40oC / 70oC|
|Operating Temperature||0oC / 70oC|
|Operating Humidity||RH 90 %|
|Weight||329g (including HD & Battery)|
|Dimensions (L*W*H)||136 x 86 x 37 mm|
|Hot Air Balloons Over Bagan by User9320321874|
|Yellow Warbler by LeeS|
from A Big Year - birds
|Waiting for the Parade by tcoker1103|
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