Reviews and Problems with INOi HD182 Photo HARDDISK
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7 October 2008
Summary: I bought this item a year or more ago.. never had time to play with it and it just sat here. Then my husband and a couple of other guys bought these wildlife cameras to put out and get photos of the deer in the area where they will be hunting. They didn't want to remove the cards from the cameras..
Summary: This photo hard disk seemed like a really great deal. 20BG of storage for $199. Much cheaper than 20 1GB cards. But when put into use, the device gives a message stating that the copy failed when in actuality it didn't. This is a very basic device. You cannot preview your images or edit them.
Summary: I bought this item 5 months ago. I followed the instructions on the included "Quick Start" card regarding the battery, which was to top it off every week if not using it. The battery now lasts 4 minutes.
Summary: Great size and price and well packaged but simply doesn't work. The support is non existent and the FAQ and downloads on the site don't address the issues I have or the other reviewer mentions regarding consistent back up performance.
Summary: I found that this device sort of does the job, but has what I consider to be serious limitations. I downloaded a couple of images, and could see them on the PC, but was not clear on whether I should be able to see them on the device. The manual did not address this.
Summary: I bought this photo hardisk for my trip, mainly because of its small size - it is no bigger than my subcompact digital camera. I have no problems backing up 600 photos, 950 mb in 8.5 minutes, from a 2 gb SD card.