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Dennis Hissink : December 16th 2004 - 10:08 CET

New ImageBank OTG from MediaGear unveiled

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MediaGearMediaGear Inc. announced the availability of its new ImageBank OTG that provides easy single push-button capability to store photos "On The Go" directly from a digital camera. MediaGear will exhibit the new ImageBank OTG at the Flash Forward Area, Booth #1, at CES 2005, in Las Vegas. ImageBank OTG is a self-contained, "smart" portable mass storage backup solution. You never have to worry again about running out of flash memory to take digital photos. You can quickly copy and store your digital photos by simply plugging your digital camera into the ImageBank OTG. Just push the copy button and the ImageBank OTG stores your photos directly from your camera at speeds up to 6MB per second.
New ImageBank OTG from MediaGear unveiled"The ImageBank OTG is a fast, cost-effective way to manage and safely store digital photos while you're on the go, thus freeing up your memory cards so you can keep shooting," noted Don Wallis, VP Sales for Media Gear. "The new increased mega-pixel cameras require a lot more flash memory for every picture taken. Buying more and more individual memory cards just so you can keep shooting can get very expensive. Being able to quickly store your shots into the ImageBank OTG and free up memory is a huge win-win for digital photographers of any level."

The ImageBank OTG operates like a computer when connecting mass storage devices to it. Its operation, ease of use, and one-button operation makes saving information from any mass storage device a breeze. With ImageBank OTG, you can connect to your computer as an external hard drive to store, edit or share data, or to any USB mass storage compliant device such as digital cameras, thumb drives and flash memory card readers and transfer that data up to 6MB per second. When not on the road, you can use ImageBank OTG as an external hard disk that connects easily via the USB 2.0 port to your computer.

The ImageBank OTG contains a large capacity lithium Ion battery that supplies enough power to keep the ImageBank OTG running for approximately 1.5 hours on its own, enough to store 20GB between charging. The ImageBank OTG can even power other devices through its High Speed USB 2.0 port, such as thumb drives and Flash Memory Reader/ Writers, and store the digital data from them at the touch of a single button.

ImageBank OTG is now available in 20GB, 40GB and 60GB sizes. Industry leading software for organizing digital photos is also included. ImageBank OTG is compatible with Microsoft XP, 2000, 98SE, and ME as well as with Mac OS 10.2.x, 10.1.2+, 9.2.x, and OS 9.1.x. Adobe Software is available in the Windows version only.

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