Equipped with a Motorola ColdFire microprocessor, a 2.5-inch hard drive, and rechargeable batteries, the Digital Wallet has been developed to provide versatile portable data storage functionality for various computer platforms, including Mac OS, Windows, and Linux. The devices also support flash cards and memory sticks.
Minds@Work says that the Digital Wallet is suitable for students, business travelers and other users who need to transport any sort of data. The company notes that the 20GB Digital Wallet can store up to 20,000 high-res digital photos or more than 366 hours of digital audio, depending on individual storage applications and needs.
The 3GB digital wallet carries a suggested retail price of US$349; the 10GB model costs $449; and the 20GB model costs $549. Minds@Work said the new models will be available at more than 400 retail and camera specialty stores throughout North America, including CompUSA, Micro Center, Future Shop, B&H Photo, Henry’s, and online at Minds@Work’s
own e-commerce site. (The company’s Web site was unavailable as we went to press with this article.)