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Belkin USB Anywhere £5 collect @ Jessops
Belkin USB Anywhere £5 collect @ Jessops

Belkin USB Anywhere £5 collect @ Jessops

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The USB Anywhere connects two mass-storage devices (media reader, digital camera, hard drive) using USB cables to transfer photos, songs, and files from one device to the other-all without a computer. Use the Belkin USB Anywhere to copy files from your digital camera to your external hard drive, between two MP3 players, and/or between USB flash-memory drives, external hard drives, CD-R burners, and memory-card readers. The compact USB Anywhere is ideal for traveling, as it eliminates the need to use your computer for photo storage. When your digital camera's media card gets full, you can use USB Anywhere to download the images to your portable hard drive and take more picture
voucher maybe and Quidco....

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"Transfers files at up to 12Mbps"

ouch.

i got one with the aim of copying photos from SD card to pen drive via SD card reader as well, its left unused under the bed for a reason :P (the shocking transfer speeds)

i tested it with pen drive to pen drive as well and even when plugged in it was to slow to be of any practical use

but good price if you can wait for it, but another SD card or pen drive etc would be a better investment

but the fact u dont need a pc must be "slightly" useful

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torby;5472447

but the fact u dont need a pc must be "slightly" useful



I've ordered one, will definitely save on taking a laptop out on weekends away

Personally I'd rather buy a couple of extra 2gb SD cards to take on a weekend away, rather than this AND a usb HD, especially when you add the risk of damaging the HD in transit.

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terriclarkfan;5472921

Personally I'd rather buy a couple of extra 2gb SD cards to take on a … Personally I'd rather buy a couple of extra 2gb SD cards to take on a weekend away, rather than this AND a usb HD, especially when you add the risk of damaging the HD in transit.



16GB USB drive? :? which I already own bought for £14.99

1GB = £10 roughly

Picked up some of these 2 years ago for £2.99 at PCW..still in the box I threw them in.......

lumoruk;5473344

16GB USB drive? :? which I already own bought for £14.991GB = £10 r … 16GB USB drive? :? which I already own bought for £14.991GB = £10 roughly


SD cards are much cheaper. I'd rather use extra cards in the field rather than blindly trust that this device has correctly copied photos from a media card to a USB thumbdrive/HD before I wipe and reuse said media card.
Each to their own.

YouTube video of this here
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meh, I can see in the past why you might want a device like this, but now that flash memory is cheap as are card readers I can see very few situations in which this would be useful.

doberman;5473797

YouTube video of this … YouTube video of this here]http://geeks.pirillo.com/video/the-verdict-belkin-usb



...and now you know why they're still in the box I threw them in:whistling:

I bought one of these and found it to be truely useless. I used it 3 times and twice it failed (it does let you know it failed luckily). I would never want to use it out in the wild and possibly lose a week's photos.

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fiyero;5474030

I bought one of these and found it to be truely useless. I used it 3 … I bought one of these and found it to be truely useless. I used it 3 times and twice it failed (it does let you know it failed luckily). I would never want to use it out in the wild and possibly lose a week's photos.



just seen the video review too oh well, thanks for feedback :thumbsup:

Do I tell the store I don't want it anymore? haven't had a text yet.

Got one of these a few years ago. Back then it was great (despite the transfer speed) particularly when on holiday transferring photos from a camera to a memory stick, but time has passed - I now carry my laptop around like a second child anyway - and it's redundant.
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