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Mark Peters : May 17th 2005 - 15:15 CET

Vosonic XS Drive Pro VP3320 storage device


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VosonicVosonic XS Drive Pro VP3320 storage device : Cardmedia (Europe) Ltd, the official UK distributor for the manufacturer Vosonic, has announced the availability of the X’S-Drive Pro VP3320, a new Portable Storage Device and MP3 player with blue backlight LCD display. The Vosonic X’S-Drive Pro VP3320 is a compact portable Hard disk to backup your memory cards on the field and benefit from 20GB to 80GB of capacity via its internal 2.5” Hard disk. You can easily use the X’S Drive Pro VP3320 all environments thanks to its Blue Backlit LCD panel. The LCD Panel displays the battery power level, copy transfer status, and all information related to MP3 music player, FM Tuner, voice recording and file navigation.
Vosonic XS Drive Pro VP3320 storage deviceXS Drive Pro VP3320 - Control buttons
Using the control buttons, you can navigate through the names of files stored on your XS Drive Pro to either play music files or simply check that your backed up files are stored on the Hard Disk. You can listen to your favorite tunes via its high quality music MP3 player, or also listen to the radio thanks its built in FM Tuner. An embedded voice recorder completes the audio features of the XS Drive Pro.

X'S Drive Pro VP3320 - Memory cards
The XS Drive Pro VP3320 can be used with all types of memory cards: Compactflash, IBM Microdrive, SmartMedia, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, Secure Digital, MultiMediaCard, and xD picture cards. The easy to use copy feature will backup all files from the memory card to a new folder on the hard disk, and you can use the Verify function to be 100% sure they are well backed up. The transfer speed of the VP3320 allows you to backup a 1GB memory card in only 5 minutes.

Vosonic X’S Drive Pro VP3320 - Copy from memory card to HDD
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 you 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 giving providing 11 hours of use. The RRP for the X’S-Drive Pro VP3320 20GB is £185 incl VAT and capacities are available up to 80GB.





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