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Date: March 29th, 2004.
Article by: Roger (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was donated by: IOCOMBO
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PRODUCT COMPOSITION



The device comes shipped in a sleeved cardboard box. It is so tight, that I actually had to cut the cardboard sleeve to get to the box.



The contents were extremely well packed which means nothing can be damaged during transit.



For your money, you get the following items. The Best Store, the power cable, the USB 1.1 cable, the power converter (if you are traveling abroad), the manual, and for a little more, there is an optional carrying case… which was graciously included for the sake of this review.



Here is the unit. It is very small, measuring only 170mm x 75mm x 25mm. It fits quite easily into most camera bags, especially if you are not carrying around the power adapter.



For those who have never seen a power converter, here it is. It is very small (the size of a plug-in) and easy to store in your camera case if you're heading overseas.



If you opted for the carrying case (which I would suggest), here it is. You can fit the Best Store on one side of the separator, then slide in any spare media that you may have on the other side. This little case can then be slipped into your camera bag for safe keeping.

 

 


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