I hope it's better than their first one!<br><br>Not sure what kind of card you have (compact flash?), but the cheapest and best way I think is a USB2 card reader SanDisk Imagemate Memory Card Reader / W... 2.0 Interface. for $15.95 (or any other card reader [url=http://www.adorama.com/catalog.tpl?page=searchresults&searchinfo=card reader]here[url] )and writing to CD or DVD.<br><br><br><br>
I've been reading peoples experiences with the direct link to iPod. They are pretty mixed. I'll keep looking at it, but it may not be as reliable as I had hoped. <br><br>I'm searching around for a well padded travel sleeve for the laptop.<br><br>
We were lucky to have such a good friend as Waleed who got us this as a wedding present. Granted you don't need all that camera space, but you can take out all the inside partitions and put whatever in that area. The laptop fits in a slot by the straps. Had 0 problems with it on our flight to Maui.<br><br><br><br><br>For around here, I use this to transport our iBook. It's not exactly this case, but looks similar.<br><br><br><br><br><br>Their site is http://www.shopcaselogic.com/index.asp<br><br>
Noooooo don't forget the cords either<br><br>My daughter did that she went on a trip and forgot the charger for the camera and only took 1/4 of the pictures. She did think ahead and brought extra memory cards - LOL<br><br><br>
I have the Belkin card reader for the 3rd generation iPod. I used it last month during my tour of Europe and stored almost 1200 photos on it. I have one 1Gig Flash card that I use during the day and then I dump them to the iPod at night, and wipe the flash card.<br><br>The only downside is that you MUST have the ability to charge the iPod. It really saps its battery. In fact, I wouldn't recommend downloading more than 500MB of photos on even a full battery.... but that's still a lot of photos in .jpeg format.<br><br>
Oh, now that sucks. I've made some screw ups in packing for a trip so now I write up a list of things to take. The thing is, I never considered using it to come home and have left behind things too. <br><br><br><br>
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