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If speedy delivery, a subscription music and video service wasn't good enough, Amazon is now throwing another sweetener in to convince you to sign up to Prime. The retailer has announced that it'll offer Prime subscribers unlimited photo storage in the company's cloud drive. According to the relea

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Coming to you live from left field, it's this week's edition of Ask Engadget. Once your done reading and replying (in comments below, naturally) to the question here, feel free to send us your own to ask at engadget dawt com. \"I am looking for a portable hard drive with memory card slots so that I

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What, you're still looking for the perfect place to archive your photos between candid, booze-fueled wedding reception moments? If JOBO's GIGA didn't do it, nor Digital Foci's Photo Safe, maybe Nexto's half-terabyte NVS2500 is the one you've been waiting for. It packs a 2.5-inch drive that can be a

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Just in case you really needed yet another alternative in the portable photo storage drive department, Jobo is doing you one better -- introducing not one but two new devices. Both the GIGA Vu Sonic and GIGA One Sonic will download up to 1GB in 30 seconds, and both feature RAW decoding, up to 250GB

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It has been some time since we've seen a new competitor in the photo backup realm, so it's with a great sigh of relief that we pass along word of Sanho's HyperDrive COLORSPACE UDMA photo backup device. The unit is capable of sucking down 2GB of data per minute and claims to be \"the only storage dev

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Digital Foci didn't go out of its way to drastically redesign the original Photo Safe, but we 'spose that's alright in the grand scheme of things. Essentially, the Photo Safe II picks up where its predecessor left off by including a multicard reader (now with 100% more MS Duo and miniSD support) wh

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Have you been hankering for a central spot to store your thrilling, heart-warming family photos? Some easy-to-reach locale where you can pick up a remote, flip on the tube, and travel through a mind-blowing tunnel of memories? Well, let us introduce you to Sony's latest and greatest, the HDMS-S1D \"

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Just in case you really needed another alternative in the portable photo storage drive department, Jobo is introducing its GIGA One Ultra, which is available with a varying level of internal storage and a plethora of onboard card slots. The USB 2.0 unit promises transfer speeds \"of up to 5.47MB/seco

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Japanese manufacturer Aska is beefing up its line of Tripper portable storage aimed at photographers, increasing the size and screen real estate with its new Tripper V model. Available in 40, 80, 120, and 160GB varieties, each comes equipped with SD and CompactFlash card slots for transfers direct f

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X-Men fans wouldn't want their Wolverine any other way than pumped up and ready to dominate, but PMP fans aren't exactly looking for the most inflated device on the block. Still, Wolverine's multifaceted ESP 5160 retains the rather bulky 5.3- x 2.8- x 0.9-inch enclosure of the previous (and less ca

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Jobo looks to be branching out from its trademark Giga Vu line of photo viewer/storage devices, today announcing the Spectator mobile storage device and photoGPS accessory for digital cameras. While the company seems to holding out on most of the details until the official debut at the PMA 07 trade

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For those aclimated just enough with technology to understand the basic functions of a point-and-shoot, but not intelligent enough to utilize a \"My Pictures\" folder or understand the concept of \"one-touch backup,\" Polaroid's CGA-02540 is coming to the rescue. Designed for those who basically have a

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