Summary: Great screen, but am really disappointed in how finicky it is about the type of cards it will identify. I had to update it to the last firmware to even get a Transcend 2gb SD card to be read, or a 8gb CF to be read at all.
Summary: Reviews to save pictures on trips is on the wrong tract. Buy this device to display pictures. You can buy Compact Flash 32 GB for $80. You can buy Secure Digital High Capacity 32 GB for $35. The top reviewer bought this "storage device" to continue using his 512 MB compact Flash!
Summary: I really liked my P-2000. However, in the last 2 weeks I have had to change my mind. I got the blue screen of death with the icon that said press reset. No luck. So, I tried to get it fixed and found out to put in a new drive and download the software it would cost $435.00.
Summary: Does an excelent job and has a lot of versitility, but is heavy and slow to load the pictures each time you try to initially view them. (This pertains to the pictures that are already in a folder on the p-2000. I would have expected these to be faster to view then pictures being downloaded.
Summary: Pros: - Field backup of your photos - Nice display - Easy to understand and use (compared to, say, your camera) Cons which, if corrected, would put it in the 5 star: - Slow to load from CF to internal HDD - No external battery charger - Cannot zoom in on camera RAW files - Price $200 less (might as...
Summary: I'm rating the Epson P-2000 as an MP3 player, but I've never used it to play music. The real benefit to me of this multi-purpose device is its ability to store 40GB of digital photos on a long trip, when you can't empty your memory cards into your laptop.