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Vosonic Portable Storage Device Reno NV

The Vosonic IC Drive IP3610 is both a portable storage device and MP3 music player, featuring an integrated 1.8-inch 20Gb Toshiba laptop hard disk drive and several memory card slots which support 7 different types of memory cards. Keep on reading to know more about this product.

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Vosonic Portable Storage Device

Vosonic VP3610 Portable Storage Device Review

Reader Score: 8.25 (out of 10)
The Vosonic IC Drive IP3610 is both a portable storage device and MP3 music player, featuring an integrated 1.8-inch 20Gb Toshiba laptop hard disk drive and several memory card slots which support 7 different types of memory cards. The IC drive is simple to use - simply insert your memory card and press the Copy button to copy its contents onto the device. You are then free to format your memory card and carry on shooting. The IC Drive has a monochrome LCD display that enables you to see a list of the files that are stored on it - there is no actual viewing of the images themselves, which helps to keep the price below £200. As the IC Drive is basically a hard-drive in a stylish metal and plastic case, any type of file that you would normally find on a computer can be stored on it. Although memory card prices are falling quickly, a device like the IC Drive still offers a cheap and convenient way to store 1,000s of photos. 18 months ago I reviewed the original Vosonic X'S-Drive, which I still use today. So does the IC Drive offer anything extra to tempt me to upgrade, and you to buy it? Keep on reading to discover the answer. ...

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