SD card to SD card transfer?
aidan.wilson at SYDNEY.EDU.AU
Tue Oct 12 02:09:00 UTC 2010
Whoops, don't know what cause that errant 'ncy' there. Probably tapped the
trackpad with my clumsy thumb during typing.
Department of Linguistics
The University of Melbourne
a.wilson at pgrad.unimelb.edu.au
On Tue, 12 Oct 2010, Aidan Wilson wrote:
> cnyTaking a laptop just to act as a backup mule is lunacy! This of the extra
> weight, cables and all the rest of it. The portable backup solution that
> someone posted a link to earlier is a great solution. We used another version
> of the same thing about a year or two back at paradisec. It's powered by AA
> batteries and uses very little power anyway. It has a small LED screen that
> you use to navigate to the files you want to backup and it just does it. I
> think the one we used had a couple of slots for SD and CF cards, or you could
> attach a small SD card reader via USB.
> I can't remember what it was called... I think it had XD in the name.
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