You’re on a road trip. You pull over at the Largest Turnip in the Continental US. Your buddy jumps out, runs over, and does something no human being should ever do to a turnip.
You grab your camera, (gotta have good blackmail material for later), and the memory card is full. You don’t have your computer with you, so you can’t offload any pics. You have a choice: miss this pic opportunity, or quickly scroll through and decide what pic to delete. By the time you do, your buddy is being hauled away by Turnip Security and the moment is lost forever.
No one should ever miss the opportunity to photograph their best friend defiling a large turnip. Or any oversized vegetable for that matter. So, in the interest of ensuring moments like these are not lost forever, I gave The Picture Porter from Digital Foci a try.
It’s a compact (5″x2.75″x1″), lightweight (8.6 oz.) and easy-to-carry card reader with a 2 inch full-color screen and a 40GB hard drive. Yup. 40 Gig. That’s a ton of photos. Plus it stores and plays videos and music as well.
The Picture Porter worked like a dream right out of the box. Easy to set up, it reads and writes to all the popular card formats. It also functions as an external hard drive for your PC files via its USB. And it comes with video cables so you can view your pics on your TV.
Also great for business use, like trade shows and presentations. Or for viewing evidence at your buddy’s arraignment.
From $299 www.digitalfoci.com