Wolverine Data 160GB FlashPac 7000, 7-in-1 Portable Data Storage Device

Wolverine Data 160GB FlashPac 7000, 7-in-1 Portable Data Storage Device & Media Reader

Wolverine Data 160GB FlashPac 7000, 7-in-1 Portable Data Storage Device & Media Reader

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Wolverine Data FlashPac 7000 Overview

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With the Wolverine FlashPac 7000, you can take thousands of photos with a single memory card. One touch of a button, and all your photos and digital data are copied effortlessly from the built-in 7-in-1 card reader into the mass storage unit. With the contents of your memory card safely stored, your card is ready to be reused, without the need to go near a computer. Wolverine FlashPac is a standalone rechargeable unit, so you can literally save your data anywhere in the world. It's perfect for photographers on field trips, professionals storing data and any situation involving memory cards.

160GB Storage Capacity
Store thousands of photos or other types of data files on the 160 Gigabyte capacity internal hard drive.
One Touch Backup
Save your photos & files in seconds by simply inserting your memory card and pressing a single button to begin the process.
Reads Common Digital Camera Memory Cards
Capable of reading 7 types of memory cards via built-in card slots.
    • CompactFlash (type I & II)/MicroDrive
    • SmartMedia
    • Memory Stick
    • Memory Stick PRO
    • Secure Digital (SD & SDHC)
    • MultiMediaCard
    • xD-Picture Card
System Backup Capable
Use it as an external hard drive to back up all of your computer data or as a memory card reader/writer.
Rechargeable Internal Battery
Transfer up to 6GB of data on a single charge, anywhere and at any time. The Battery is replaceable if necessary (requires removal of front panel - uses a Fuji NP-60 or equivalent battery).
No PC Required to Operate
Copy and organize all of your image and data files without a computer - makes it a great data storage companion when traveling.
Clear LCD Displays Status (Sorry - no picture preview)
The LCD display indicates battery power status, type of memory inserted, file transfer status, number of files copied, main storage (hard drive) remaining capacity, file transfer confirmation, error indication.
High Speed USB 2.0 Connection
Provides for fast data transfer to your computer, and it also supports USB 1.1.
In the Box
Wolverine Data 160GB FlashPac 7000, 7-in-1 Portable Data Storage Device & Media Reader
  • AC Adapter (100-240V AC)
  • USB Cable
  • Carry Bag
  • Software CD-ROM
  • User's Manual
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty
  • Table of Contents
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    Wolverine Data FlashPac 7000 Specs

    Storage Capacity 160GB
    Compatible Memory Cards CompactFlash (type I & II)/MicroDrive
    Memory Stick
    Memory Stick PRO
    Secure Digital (SD & SDHC)
    xD-Picture Card
    LCD Display Monochrome Alpha-Numeric LCD Display
    Video Out No
    Computer Interface USB 2.0 (high Speed)
    Power Source Installed Li-Ion Rechargeable Battery (Fuji NP-60 or equivalent)
    AC Adapter/Charger (100-240V)
    Dimensions 4.6 x 3.1 x 0.9" (116 x 78 x 23mm)
    Weight 8.0 oz. (230g)
    System Requirements Windows 98/98SE, Me, 2000, XP, Vista
    Mac OS 9.x, OS X
    Linux 2.4x

    Supports FAT 12, FAT 16, & FAT 32 file systems

    Special Features Can Function as a card reader or as a backup hard drive when connected to a computer.

    Wolverine Data FlashPac 7000 Reviews

    160GB FlashPac 7000, 7-in-1 Portable Data Storage Device is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 7.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Must Have for Serious Photographers If you need a portable, internal battery operated data storage solution, the Wolverine 7 in 1 Portable Data Storage device is for you. The Wolverine is compatible with all of the popular memory cards: CompactFlash, Memory Stick, SD MuliMedia Card, etc. and does not require USB power from a laptop or desktop PC. I use my Wolverine for traveling. Instead of carrying extra memory cards, I download photos to my Wolverine at the end of each day. The only major shortcoming is not being able to view what is stored in the Wolverine. If you take a lot of photos during your travels and want to leave you laptop at home, I highly recommend this product.
    Date published: 2009-04-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Big Time Saver; Space Saver On a recent trip to Alaska I used the Wolverine to back up digital images from two different cameras, one shooting JPEGs and the other shooting RAW. Each download went into a separate folder so I could shoot both cameras with raw or jpeg without worry about conflicting file numbers. I only used two cards for the entire two weeks. I kept the images on the Wolverine until all images were safely processed, stored and backed up. However, remember to clear your cards each time after downloading.
    Date published: 2008-06-11
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Perfect Mobile Solution I used this product at a wedding and on a vacation recently. With it I was able to collect 200 additional candid shots by copying memory cards of all sorts. It even copies full size CF cards. This is an awesome product that I don't know how I got by without it in the past. Some minor considerations: I found a newer Sony MagicStick that fit in the slot - but if inserted it cannot be removed because it is too short. There is no way to see which cards have already been copied to the unit nor can files be deleted without a computer. Inserting the same card will make a 2nd copy into a new folder (SD1, SD2, ...). Good reason to get 160GB. This is a perfect general purpose backup drive, but at 5400RPM it is little slow for video storage.
    Date published: 2008-06-24
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly What I Wanted The FlashPac 7000 by Wolverine was a lifesaver. I am not able to buy additional memory cards for my old digital camera. I had a long trip planned and I didn't want to buy a new camera at this time. I wanted a portable storage device that would handle my old camera and any new camera I may purchase. This unit provided exactly what I wanted and it worked well.
    Date published: 2008-09-25
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from It does what it is supposed to do! Surprisingly, the device does exactly what its manufacturer claims it is able to do. This is not an ordinary thing nowadays! I transferred some 2.3 GB of data within 1/3 of the battery's capacity (as displayed on the devices screen): it seems the claimed 6 GB per one full load of the battery is correct. If the card has say 8 GB, the data transfer must be done with the power supply connected. More time has to pass in order to get a realistic impression regarding the reliability.
    Date published: 2009-08-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great mobile storage device Took this device on my trip to Buenos Aires. It worked fantastic. I kept it in my room and nightly uploaded the pics from the day. The device also comes with AC power cord so if you are worried about doing a file huge dump and having the battery go half way through, you are safe. Copies even larger RAW or video files quickly.
    Date published: 2008-12-19
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Good travel companion, no need to carry a laptop
    Date published: 2008-10-05
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