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Anthology Solutions Yellow Machine Review

Anthology Solutions Yellow Machine Review

We firmly believe in the importance of keeping your important files backed up, and we also think you can never have too much storage space, so we were pleased to get our hands on the Yellow Machine from Anthology Solutions which boasts a massive 1000 Gigabytes (1 Terabyte) of storage space (and is also available in a 1.6 Terabyte version).

The Yellow Machine is more than just a network storage device though: it also can act as the entry point to your home or small office network with a built-in 8 port Ethernet hub, firewall and proxy server.

And did we mention that it looks nice?

Read on for the rest of the review......

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Ajump Terabyte NAS Server

Ajump Terabyte NAS Server

There seem to be a lot of Network Attached Storage solutions coming out with a terabyte of storage, perfect for a home media server, and here's another one.

The Ajump Impression P104S is interesting because it is custom configured, built, and tested, and comes at a good price ($1438 with 1TB of storage).

This Ajump NAS server has a RISC processor, 4 Serial ATA bays, gigabit ethernet, 256MB RAM, and hardware RAID levels 0, 1, and 5.

Is it just me, or does it look like a radio from the 1940s?

Ajump configuration page

(via ehomeupgrade)

Posted December 24, 2004 in Storage | TrackBack (0) | Comments (0)

Pretec 8GB USB Flash Drive

Pretec 8GB USB Flash Drive

Pretec has announced an 8GB USB flash drive.

The Pretec i-Disk II 8GB offers 16MB/sec read and 12MB/sec write speeds and comes with the usual array of encryption and security software.

Price not announced yet but expect it to be bank-busting now and pennies in a few years (at which time we will be going gaga over terabyte flash drives).

Press Release

Posted December 8, 2004 in Storage | TrackBack (0) | Comments (0)

LaCie 1.6 terabyte external USB/Firewire drive

LaCie 1.6 terabyte external USB/Firewire drive

While we are on the subject of external 1.6 terabyte USB/Firewire drives, here's the lowdown on the LaCie offering.

Available now from Amazon for $2,019 is the "LaCie 1.6TB Bigger disk Extreme FW400 and FW800 7,200rpm, 8MB d2 (300773)" drive, whose name was obviously thought up by an engineer not a marketer.

The LaCie drive isn't all nice and aluminum-ey like the IO Data drive, but it seems to be about a third the weight and almost $1000 less.

One thing though, for 2 grand they should at least have given it an Ethernet port.

IO Data 1.6 Terabyte External USB/Firewire Drive

IO Data 1.6 Terabyte External USB/Firewire Drive

Slashdot gets all excited about the new IO Data 1.6 Terabyte External USB/Firewire Drive, until more observant readers point out the existance of LaCie's (cheaper) 1.6 terabyte drive.

The IO Data 1.6 Terabyte External USB/Firewire Drive (aka "HDZ-UE1.6TS") has 4 Maxtor 400gb hard drives in a RAID array, is 5.4" x 10.5" x 5.3", and weighs just under 10 pounds.

The "HDZ-UE1.6TS" costs 294,000 yen, which equals around $2,900.

Techjapan via Slashdot

Posted December 1, 2004 in Storage | TrackBack (0) | Comments (0)

Seagate Shipping 400GB Hard Drive

Seagate Shipping 400GB Hard Drive

If your homemade 1 terabyte storage server isn't big enough for you try getting 5 of these in a SATA RAID array, giving you 2 terabytes of storage. That is more than enough storage for every episode of Star Trek ever, in HDTV. (That's just a guess but if each episode is about 700MB then you could store almost 3000 episodes, and there can't be that much Trek, can there?)

Getting back on track.... Seagate has announced they are shipping their new 400GB 7200RPM hard drive in both SATA and regular ATA flavors.

The 400GB Barracude 7200.8 hard drive is the first to use 133GB disk platters, and 3 of those gives you the 400GB in this 3.5" drive.

Other features of the 400GB Barracude 7200.8 are an 8mb cache, 8ms seek time, and (on the SATA version) support for Native Command Queuing which is supposed to give performance similar to a 10000rpm drive.

(press release)

Posted November 19, 2004 in Storage | TrackBack (0) | Comments (0)

Niveus 1 Terabyte Storage Server

Niveus 1 Terabyte Storage Server

Our third 1 terabyte network storage server this week is the Niveus A/V Storage Server.

This is the most expensive ($2999) but also the quietest and best looking terabyte storage server, and in a surreal moment it has already been awarded the Best of Innovations award for next year's CES show.

The Niveus A/V Storage Server has a 1Ghz VIA fanless processor, 256MB RAM, a fanless case, and an ethernet port (apparently no wireless though).

We are going to have something similar to this in our new house... but as the storage server will be in the basement in a rack next to the distributed wiring control panel it is difficult to justify paying so much when the Buffalo Terastation can be had for a third the price.

Niveus A/V Storage Server

(via ehomeupgrade)

Posted November 19, 2004 in Storage | TrackBack (0) | Comments (0)

1 Terabyte in a Small Form Factor (SFF) Case

1 Terabyte in a Small Form Factor (SFF) Case

Check this out for a do it yourself alternative to the Buffalo 1 Terabyte Terastation we featured a few days ago.

Mashie took a small form factor (SFF) case, an old motherboard, a Serial-ATA RAID controller, 5 200gb hard drives, and a few other bits and pieces, and created a tiny 1 terabyte network storage device.

"It is time for a new little project again. This time I need a small footprint file server with a big internal space. Right now the files are distributed all over the the network forcing a couple of computers to constantly be on wasting power and causing noise."

More from Mashie.org

(via digitalmediathoughts)

Posted November 19, 2004 in Storage | TrackBack (0) | Comments (0)

Buffalo Terastation

buffalo terastation 1TB networked hard drive

Buffalo Technology has announced (in Japan) a 1000GB networked hard drive, the TeraStation, that appears to be designed and priced for the consumer market.

The TeraStation contains 4 250GB hard drives and can operate in 4 modes: with 4 seperate logical partitions of 250GB storage, with 1 partition of 1000GB, with a Raid-1 array offering 2 250gb partitions (each mirrored to a seperate drive in case of failure), or a Raid-5 array of 750GB.

Personally I prefer the Raid-5 array as it gives 750GB of storage along with no data loss if one of the 4 drives fail.

Some people will say who will ever need 1000GB of storage, but the same was said when 1GB was first available, or when 20MB hard drives came along.... with a high resultion camera I can easily take 1GB of photos in a day, or if you want to record TV and stream to other rooms in your house you need a lot of storage space.

The TeraStation also offers fast connectivity with USB2.0 and (more importantly) Gibabit Ethernet. The question is, can I justify buying one of these to be the central filestore in my hew home network.

The TeraStation will be available in Japan in December 2004 for 106,300 Yen (about $1,000).

Press Release (japanese)

(via Gizmodo)

Posted November 15, 2004 in Storage | TrackBack (0) | Comments (1)

4 Digital Media Servers

4 digital media servers

ehomeupgrade has a roundup of 4 recently announced digital media servers:

AL Tech Mediagate MG-25: 25GB 2.5" hard drive, supports MPEG4, DivX, XviD, OGG, MP3, WMA, and JPEG, USB 2.0 connectivity, up to 1080i HDTV output.

DTS Infocom MODIX HD-3510: up to 400GB 3.5" hard drive, support for MPEG4, DivX, XviD, MP3, and JPEG, up to 1080i HDTV output.

Dvico TViX: up to 250GB 3.5" hard drive, supports VOB, DivX, XviD, AVI, MPG, DAT, PCM, MP3, OGG, WMA, AC3, and DTS, HDTV output.

FIA On3 Pro Digital Media Player and Library: up to 120GB 2.5" hard drive, supports MPEG4, DivX, XviD, MOV, AVI, MP3, OGG, WAV, and AC3, HDTV output.

(more from ehomeupgrade)

Flashpoint USB Drive

Flashpoint USB Drive

Here's an interesting use of the USB flash drives that are everywhere these days, the Flashpoint USB Drive lets you copy data to it from another drive without needing to be plugged into a PC.

Basically how it works is that the Flashpoint is a hermaphrodite, it has both a male and female connection. (Other USB drives have a male connector, and laptops/computers etc have a female connection.)

To use the Flashpoint USB Drive you just mate the male part of another USB drive to the female part of the Flashpoint and press it's button, all the data in a "share" directory on the male gets squirted over to the female.

It all sounds dirty and sordid to me!

(via engadget)

Leather USB Drive

leather usb drive

Ah, now this is much nicer than the Sushi USB drives we mentioned yesterday.

This sexy little bundle of leather and zinc comes in sizes ranging fron 64mb to 2gb, and would make a prefect gift for a stylish friend or a leather clad S&M fiend.

Looks like they are currently available only in Japan and prices are surprisingly tame: $70 for 512mb and $180 for 1gb. I will have to look out for these next time I am passing through Tokyo airport (or I may just look for them in Hong Kong where you can get all the Japanese gadgets for less than they cost in Japan).

(via everythingusb)

Posted October 19, 2004 in Storage | TrackBack (0) | Comments (0)

Epson P2000 Multimedia Storage Viewer

Epson P2000 Multimedia Storage Viewer

Epson has announced a new photo viewer / storage box: the Epson P2000 Multimedia Storage Viewer.

The Epson P2000 Multimedia Storage Viewer features a 40gb hard drive, 640 x 480 pixel (VGA) 3.8" screen, Photo playback, Movie playback, Music playback, A/V out, CompactFlash and SD memory card slots, RAW data support as native (supports RAW from Nikon and Canon).

Connectivity on the Epson P2000 Multimedia Storage Viewer is USB 2.0 and it can connect direct to a photo printer for printing out pictures.

Battery life is said to be 3 hrs, it will be available in November, and it will cost £349 in the uk and around $500 in the US.

(via dpreview)

Pioneer DVR-108 16x DVD Burner Review

pioneer DVR-108 16x dvd writer review

The Pioneer DVR-108 is the OEM version of the first 16x DVD Writer that also supports 4x dual-layer write speeds.

The main differences between this and the retail box version (DVR-A08) are that the DVR-108 comes with a plain faceplate and no software or cables.

We got a Pioneer DVR-108 to test from Directron. Keep reading to find out what we thought of it.

Continue reading "Pioneer DVR-108 16x DVD Burner Review"

Hard Drive in an SD Card

Secure Digital SD card sized hard drive from Toshiba

SorobanGeek is attending the CEATAC show and came across a Toshiba prototype of a 0.85" hard drive connecting with a Pocket PC via a SD card interface.

I'm not sure of the practical applications of this:

When 0.85" hard drives are released the maximum capacity is likely to be 1GB or at most 2GB, and like any hard drive it is more fragile than a flash memory solution. Also a 0.85" hard drive is too big to fit in an SD card so a solution would have to stick out the top of your Pocket PC (or be enclosed in a device specific accessory that maybe goes around the back of the Pocket PC).

So why not just use a 1GB SD card or CF card?

(via pdalive)

0.85" Hard Drives from Hitachi and Samsung

0.85 inch hard drives

Toshiba have announced they will be volume producing 0.85" hard drives by the end of the year. These drives are likely to have a capacity of 2 or 3 GB.

Samsung are also in the R&D stage of producing a 0.85" hard drive.

Once these drives are being produced we will probably start seeing them appear in cell phones and future Pocket PC models.

(samsung story : hitachi story : via engadget)

Posted September 30, 2004 in Storage | TrackBack (0) | Comments (0)

Sandisk 8gb CompactFlash

Sandisk 8gb CompactFlash

Sandisk have announced the availability of an 8gb Ultra II (60x speed) CompactFlash card.

The 8gb Ultra II CompactFlash card will be available in November and will retail for $959.99.

As camera megapixel resolutions keep going up, with typical consumer cameras needing 1 or 2 MB per shot, basic SLR digital cameras needing 3 to 8 MB per shot, and professional digital cameras needing 9+ MB per shot, it is good to see storage card technology keeping up so we can still have 200+ highest quality photos on one card.

(press release)

Sandisk Extreme III Memory Cards

sandisk extreme 3 III compactflash and securedigital cards

Rob Galbraith got the scoop from Sandisk on their new line of CompactFlash and Secure Digital cards.

The Extreme III series, like the Panasonic cards announced today, are capable of 20MB per second data transfer speeds.

The official announcement of the Extreme III series will come tomorrow, with 1GB and 2GB Extreme III CompactFlash cards shipping in October, and 1GB Extreme III SD cards shipping in November.

There will also be new card readers shipping on December, as well as 4GB CF and 2GB SD Extreme III cards announced but with no ship date.

The scoop from Rob Galbraith

Panasonic Pro SD Memory Cards

Panasonic has announced 2 new SecureDigital (SD) memory cards that use a fancy new LSI architecture to achieve read/write speeds of 20MB per second (or 133x speed for comparison to CD writers and CompactFlash cards).

The Panasonic Pro High Speed series of cards comes in 1GB and 512MB versions, and the cards will be available in October.

Price is not yet known.

full press release.
(via dpreview)

Maxtor Onetouch II 300GB External Drive

maxtor onetouch II 2 external hard drive 250gb 300gb

Maxtor has announced 2 new Onetouch II external hard drives based upon their DiamondMax 10 series of hard drives with 16mb of cache.

The Maxtor Onetouch II has Firewire and USB 2.0 connectivity (but no network connectivity), a onetouch backup button, and a drivelock feature for security.

The Maxtor Onetouch II drives come in 250gb and 300gb versions and are available for preorder at a price of $330 for 250gb and $380 for 300gb.

No ship date is given.

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1GB Compact Flash $82

sandisk 1 GB gigabyte compact flash CF

Storage card prices keep going lower and lower, it used to be that a good price was 1gb of Compact Flash memory was $150 after sending in for a rebate, but now you can get 1gb of brand name Compact Flash (from Sandisk) for $82 from buy.com with free shipping!.

I take a lot of photos and it is great to not have to worry about swapping compact flash cards around, especially with a high mega-pixel digital camera. 1gb is 64 times the storage capacity of the compact flash card typically included when you buy a digital camera.

Click here for the $82 1gb Compact Flash

Apricorn EZ Bus Mini 20GB Review

apricorn ez bus mini 20gb usb hard drive review

The Apricorn Ez Bus Mini 20GB is the Mini-Me of USB 2.0 external hard drives.

The EZ Bus Mini comes in two sizes 20gb and 40gb for around $200 and $280 respectively, quite a bit more than larger USB external hard drives (both physically and in terms of storage capacity).

Is it worth the extra cost? keep reading to find out.......

Continue reading "Apricorn EZ Bus Mini 20GB Review"

Sony's Big Stick

sony 2gb 2 gigabyte memory stick pro

Sony have announced a new range of Memory Stick Pro memory cards with a write speed of 15Mbps.

Cards with capacities of up to 2GB will be available in November and the 2GB card will retail for around $700.

All Sony needs to do now is persuade other manufacturers to use memory stick instead of CompactFlash or SD.

Excuse me.... I think I just saw a flying pig.

I/O Magic GigaBank 2.2 USB Drive

i/o io magic gigabank usb 2.2 gigabyte hard drive

The GigaBank 2.2 from I/O Magic is a 2.2 gigabyte 4200rpm hard drive based USB 2.0 portable storage device.

Dimensions of the GigaBank 2.2 are 2.5" x 2.0" x 0.5", it doesn't need a power supply (getting power through USB), and it has a USB 2 adapter built-in that folds out when needed.

The GigaBank 2.2 will be available in September and will cost $190.

(via designtechnica)
I/O Magic Product Page

Micro Solutions Lockbox 80GB Review

micro solutions 80gb lockbox biometric fingerprint hard drive

The Micro Solutions Lockbox is a USB 2.0 external hard drive protected by a biometric fingerprint sensor system.

The Lockbox comes in 3 sizes: 80gb ($199), 120gb ($249), and 200gb ($299) and works with Windows 98 or later PCs.

As of 8/23 you could get the 80gb Lockbox for $191.99 from Buy.com with Free Shipping.

We got hold of an 80gb lockbox to review, keep reading to find out what we thought of it......

Continue reading "Micro Solutions Lockbox 80GB Review"

Sandisk Wi-Fi and 256mb SD Card

Sandisk Wi-Fi and 256mb flash storage SD securedigital card

Most Pocket PCs these days come with either built in Wi-Fi (802.11b) or a SDIO card slot. For those without built-in Wi-Fi here is a good solution that will get you wireless without giving up your storage options.

Sandisk offers a SD card that has both the standard 802.11b wireless and 256mb of storage (currently $129 at Amazon.com).

Our Dell Axim X30 has built-in wireless but our older iPAQ 2215 just has an SDIO slot so I think we will get one of these and try it out.

(thanks TheTechZone)

Blu-Ray Getting Closer

blue laser blu-ray specification

Blu-ray is one of the two competing formats for next generation optical disks that use blue lasers (= DVD disks on steroids). Today they announced that had reached agreement on a standard for the read-only version of the disks that will store 2 hours of HD-TV (27GB) on one single-sided disk.

This means that the 13 members of the Blu-ray group (such as Dell, HP, Hitachi, Sharp, Sony) can begin building Blu-ray players.

Expect to see them in the stores in 2005.

New kind of memory card - μcard

A new kind of memory card is going to be revealed in early October at a trade show in Taiwan, and mass produced in 2005.

The specifications seem amazing, so I have to wonder if it will be so expensive that no-one can afford it:

2 Terabytes storage capacity (2048 gigabytes)
120 megabits/second transfer rate (10x that of SD, 8x that of CompactFlash)
Lower power consumption than CompactFlash

I have to wonder why they chose a name that can't be typed on a regular English keyboard: that will severely hinder their marketing efforts.

Note also that the 2 terabytes storage is the maximum technically possible, CompactFlash has a possible maximum of 128GB, but only 1GB CF cards are affordable and the highest currently available is 8GB (for about $4500).

Personally I would expect to see μcard starting out in the 256mb - 2GB range, at over $100 for the cheapest 256mb card.

DigiTimes.com news story

(thanks engadget)

Posted August 9, 2004 in Storage | TrackBack (0) | Comments (0)

Bigger Laptop Hard Drives

fujitsu 100gb laptop hard drive

Laptops/notebooks typically have hard drives a lot smaller than desktop pcs which can be a pain if you are traveling on business and also want to watch movies and listen to music on your laptop.

A typical laptop with a 30gb hard drive doesn't have a lot of space left after installing XP, office and a host of other business applications.

This situation should be improving soon as Fujitsu have just started shipping a 100gb 2.5 inch 4200rpm hard drive for laptops/notebooks.

Expect to see these appearing in high-end hard-drives by the end of the month and for cheaper prices to allow more 40gb and 60gb drives in lower priced laptops.

press release

Storage Card Abuse

gadgets storage card abuse

Digital Camera Shopper magazine tested 6 storage cards (CompactFlash, Secure Digital, xD, Memory Stick and Smartmedia) to the extreme:

"They were dipped into cola, put through a washing machine, dunked in coffee, trampled by a skateboard, run over by a child's toy car and given to a six-year-old boy to destroy."

Surprisingly they all survived those tests... but failed these two: "being smashed by a sledgehammer and being nailed to a tree"

This is good news... cameras can be replaced but photos you haven't downloaded yet are irreplacible.

(bbc news story)

$106 1GB Compactflash

viking 1 gb gigabyte compactflash

Tomorrow (6/30) is the last day to get a 1 gigabyte viking compactflash card for $106 as that is when the $45 rebate expires.

If you want one pick it up now by following this Amazon link.

Posted June 29, 2004 in Storage | TrackBack (0) | Comments (0)

Compactflash Deals (1gb for $106!)

compactflash deals

New rebates at Amazon.com for Compactflash (rebates expire 6/30):

Viking 1GB: $106 (after $45 rebate)
Viking 512mb: $55 (after $25 rebate)
Viking 256mb: $21 (after $15 rebate)

All come with free shipping.

Posted June 14, 2004 in Storage | TrackBack (0) | Comments (0)

Sandisk 512MB SD $70

sandisk 512mb sd secure digital card

If you are looking for a secure digital card for your new Dell Axim X30i (or any other pocket pc, MP3 player, laptop or pc that supports SD cards) here is a great deal for you:


Newegg.com has a 512mb Sandisk secure digital card for $70 with free shipping after $30 mail-in rebate (expires 6/4).


Product Link
Rebate Link

Posted May 26, 2004 in Storage | TrackBack (0) | Comments (1)

Better Compactflash Deals

compactflash deals

New rebates at Amazon.com for Compactflash (rebates expire 5/31):


Viking 256mb: $25.84 (after $15 rebate)
Viking 1GB: $132.54 (after $45 rebate)
Viking 512mb: $78.94 (after $25 rebate)


All come with free shipping.

Posted May 19, 2004 in Storage | TrackBack (0) | Comments (0)

Compactflash Deals

compactflash deals

Here are the latest low prices at Amazon.com for Compactflash, the Sandisk 512mb and Viking 256mb are particularly good prices:

Sandisk 512mb: $63.99 (after $20 rebate)
Sandisk 256mb: $41.99
Sandisk 1GB: $166.99
Viking 512mb: $85.99 (after $25 rebate)
Viking 256mb: $35.99 (after $15 rebate)
Viking 1GB: $165.99 (after $45 rebate)
All come with free shipping.

Posted May 10, 2004 in Storage | TrackBack (0) | Comments (0)

512MB CF $65

Viking 512MB compact flash CF card

One day deal only: Buy.com's deal of the day is a Viking 512MB Compact Flash card for $65 (after $25 mail-in rebate).

Posted April 12, 2004 in Storage | TrackBack (0) | Comments (2)

New Compactflash Deals

compact flash bargains 256mb 512mb 1gb

A new set of rebates on Viking Compact Flash cards have shown up. Here are the current best prices at amazon.com:

256mb Viking Compact Flash for $30.84 after $15.00 mail-in rebate.
512mb Viking Compact Flash for $89.49 after $25 mail-in rebate.
1gb Viking Compact Flash for $163.64 after $45 mail-in rebate.
If you're looking for a faster card try the SanDisk Ultra II 256 MB Compact Flash Memory Card for $42.94 after $15 mail-in rebate. (9mb/sec transfer rate)

Posted April 10, 2004 in Storage | TrackBack (0) | Comments (0)

Swiss Army Memory Stick

 Swiss Army USB Drive Memory Stick

Coming May... but does the Swiss Army really need a USB memory stick built into a penknife (with light and pen)???, also don't put anything confidential into it as it will be confiscated the first time you try taking it through airport security in your carry-on bag.

Posted April 8, 2004 in Storage | TrackBack (0) | Comments (0)

Smallest 512mb USB Flash Drive

pretec 512mb USB  flash drive smallest

Pretec have just announced the world's smallest 512mb USB flash drive, just 18mm by 40mm by 9mm (0.72 by 1.6 by 0.36 inches).

Pretec drives arent the cheapest around but they have some great gadgets on their web site including an 8gb compact flash drive, a 80x speed compact flash drive, and a 1gb MMC card!

(thanks engadget)

Posted April 8, 2004 in Storage | TrackBack (0) | Comments (0)

Current Compact Flash Deals

compact flash bargains 256mb 512mb 1gb

The rebates we told you about last month expired but a new set have shown up. Her are the current best prices at amazon.com:

256mb Viking Compact Flash for $40.94 after $15.00 mail-in rebate.
512mb Viking Compact Flash for $114.49 (I recommend waiting for a new rebate on this one).
1gb Viking Compact Flash for $218.14 (I recommend waiting for a new rebate on this one).
If you're looking for a faster card try the SanDisk Ultra II 256 MB Compact Flash Memory Card for $57.94. (9mb/sec transfer rate)

Continue reading "Current Compact Flash Deals"

Posted April 5, 2004 in Storage | TrackBack (0) | Comments (0)

1GB Compact Flash $152

viking 1 GB gigabyte compact flash

I take a lot of photos and it is great to not have to worry about swapping card around, especially with a high mega-pixel digital camera.

1gb is 64 times the storage capacity of the card typically included when you buy a digital camera: Amazon has just lowered their price to the lowest I've ever seen: $152.04 (after $45 rebate exp 3/31).

Rebate Form Link

Continue reading "1GB Compact Flash $152"

Posted March 21, 2004 in Storage | TrackBack (0) | Comments (0)

256MB Jumpdrive

Keep your personal files on this little gadget and transfer easily between home and work or college pcs or just keep your files safe if you share a computer with someone else.

Best price I've seen this year: $44.99 at amazon.com (no rebate needed).

Posted March 14, 2004 in Storage | TrackBack (0) | Comments (0)

512 MB Compact Flash

To go with your S400 Digital Elph you will need a good sized memory card, best deal at the moment is also at Amazon.com: Viking 512MB Compact Flash Card for $70 (after $30 rebate: rebate link).

Update: Currently the #1 seller in electronics on Amazon, backordered 1-2 weeks

Posted March 14, 2004 in Storage | Comments (0)
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