JOBO GIGA Vu SONIC and GIGA one SONIC Image Storage Devices
For the more budget-minded digital photographer, the affordable new JOBO GIGA one SONIC features extremely fast picture storage (transfers up to 1GB of data in less than one minute), a long-lasting battery, four hard disc capacities up to 200 GB, a 1.8” LCD display and convenient operation via five easy-to-use buttons.
“On-the-go storage and retrieval of digital image files has become a day-to-day fact of life for busy photographers,” said Johannes Bockemuehl-Simon, JOBO’s CEO. “Not only are these new units extremely fast when it comes to downloading all digital data for safe and reliable backup storage, they are available in various capacities and price points sure to please any photographer looking for the best backup protection their money can buy.”
These new PC and Mac compatible image storage devices accommodate all popular media cards featuring slots for CompactFlash (CF) I/II, Microdrive, SecureDigital (SD), SDHC, (Memory Stick) MS, MS Pro, MS Duo, and MultiMediaCard (MMC). In addition, the GIGA Vu SONIC can store and display digital data in popular file formats such as JPG and even various specific RAW camera formats.
The new GIGA one SONIC is USB 2.0 compatible, features a battery Status indicator, energy-saving function, large 1.8” LCD screen, and a sturdy aluminium casing. In addition, the new GIGA one SONIC’s LCD screen clearly displays the amount of hard drive disc space available as well as the status of every download.
Available this month and showing for the first time in the U.S. at PMA 09, the GIGA Vu SONIC is offered with four different storage capacities – 80GB, 120GB, 160GB and 250GB and U.S. retail prices are $320, $350, $380, and $430 respectively. The GIGA one SONIC is available in four different storage capacities – 80GB, 120GB, 160GB, and 200GB and retail prices are $189; $229 $269, $329.
Web site: www.jobo.com
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