Adds New Models
The Professional Photographers Association has just recognized FlashTrax as one of the hottest new imaging products of 2003, says Charles Klinker, Vice President-Marketing for SmartDisk. With our new FlashTrax models, professional photographers will find even more flexibility for field applications.
A built-in MP3 player makes this device even more attractive - more than 7,000 compressed audio files can be stored and played back through the built-in speaker, or through headphones or external speakers. Various play modes are easily controlled from the user-friendly screen display and control pad, making music selection quick and easy.
FlashTrax also supports video playback of motion picture JPEG files, a format typically used for the short movies supported by many digital still cameras. With transfer speeds of up to 480 Mbps, FlashTrax can also serve as an external hard drive to transfer, store and access data or act as a simple backup device.
digital pictures from flash memory cards to FlashTrax
Why carry piles of flash media with you? When youve filled up your media card, just copy it to FlashTrax, erase it, and keep on shooting! When youre done, just connect FlashTrax to your computer to view, print, or store your pictures.
pictures on the 3.5 color LCD or TV
With its large, vibrant screen, FlashTrax is great for previewing your digital images or sharing them with the world. Whether youre spot-checking on the site of your latest photoshoot or sharing your photo album with Grandma, FlashTrax has everything you need.
to MP3 music
With its massive storage capacity, FlashTrax has more than enough space to take your entire MP3 collection with you on the road. The convenient MP3 control panel on the side makes it incredibly easy to listen to your music anywhere.
files to your computer
Unlike other devices that require custom drivers or complex interface software, FlashTrax was designed to be as friendly with your computer as possible just plug it in and use it like a USB 2.0 hard disk! You can even use your FlashTrax to transfer data between computers.
80GB, 40GB or 30GB Hard Drive
CF type I, II CompactFlash, IBM Microdrive
Support for other media types (SmartMedia, Memory Stick, SD/MMC and xD) available through optional adapters - sold separately.
3.5 (diagonal) color TFT LCD with CCFL backlight
NTSC or PAL, Composite video JPEG format viewing, with hardware zoom in/out, pan/scroll, rotation support. (Some RAW format as well as GIF and BMP files can also be viewed.)
Motion JPEG picture decoding, up to 320 x 240 x 30 frames/sec or 640 x 480 x 10 frames/sec Can view simple text files (*.txt)
Internal power: Rechargeable Li-Ion battery (2200 mAh capacity)
External power: 5V output AC/DC adapter
USB 2.0 (USB1.1 compatible)
5.63 in X 3.62 1.26 in (143mm X 92mm X 32mm)
12 oz (340g)
Requirements (for PC connectivity):
Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, XP (Win 98SE requires downloadable driver)
Mac OS 8.6 or higher. In all cases, an available USB 1.1 or USB 2.0 port
The new FlashTrax models are available now through retailers and distributors
See the latest price on the SmartDisk Flashtrax 80GB Storage Device