No offense intended to the wordsmiths in our midst, but photos are the only thing we really worry about losing when our hard drives crash. (We always keep hard copies of our resumes--you never know.) So this hyperdrive from SavitMicro, which Akihabara News says is designed specifically to back up photos, caught our attention. It supports 18 card formats and has a transfer rate of 1GB per minute, in case you're in a hurry.
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