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StorVision launches new PSC-100 hard disk

StorVision has come out with a new portable hard disk storage device branded as the PSC-100, it promises to make your photographic data storage efforts all the more easy. The device with an internal thickness of 2.5, is projected as one which can support all popular memory cards available in the market.

The capacities are available, depending on your requirements; 40GB, 60GB and 80GB. The device claims uttermost convenience in usage as it could be operated by the simple command of 2 buttons — power on/off and copy.

Memory cards supported are; Compactflash (type I and II), Microdrive, SmartMedia, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, Secure Digital, MultiMediaCard, and XD picture cards without using any adapter. For other popular memory cards like Memory Duo, MiniSD and RS MMC, you will need the support of an adapter. photographs on to a computer in no time.

StorVision has also kept the pricing of its new hard disk offering at a reasonable level. You can buy its USB 2.0 40GB capacity version for just £95.

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