So thanks to MobileFun. I see that they now have listed a 16GB size. I use the 4-gig Eagle brand, which is far more space than I’ll ever need. Haven’t tried it yet. The red LED on the Nano drive. You are not logged in.
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Page 1 of 2. Home About Blog Publications Contact. I’ll let the drive alone for a couple of days and try it again.
Fran Carango Senior Member Registered: It’s sooo small and unobtrusive. Add to your Watched Users. I got the 4GB version and it is just fantastic.
EagleTec Nano flash drive makes losing data easier than ever
Larry, I use an Eagletech 8gig with the Roland Prelude Apparently they are all 5 mm. Scott Langholff Senior Member Registered: Views of the drive with case removed. I am pretty sure the Prelude would read the 16 gig too, but the Prelude is limited to songs.
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Eagletec’s Tiny 8GB USB Stick
So it would seem this drive suffers from having to stop-start a lot. I have a student who just got a S and thought this would be the best way to go. Hi I know some of you got this tiny usb flash drive over a year ago. When it arrived in the post, I was very glad to see that it was in sensible packaging. It was still the usual toughened plastic that you have to utterly destroy to get into not good for the second hand marketbut for once the packaging was not oversized to the content.
Hardware Review: EagleTec 8GB Nano Flash Drive
On the rear of the packaging a lanyard is included, if you wish to dangle the drive from a key chain, or whatever. Haven’t eeagletec it yet.
Here’s the original thread for those that missed out on nzno topic. Dnj Senior Member Registered: For those that got one, which one did you get and what are your thoughts on it. As you can see here, the drive is almost all plug!
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Anyway, nothing of value was lost and it seems the drive may not have been damaged. I’m not sure if the S or any other arranger is capabale of reading a 16GB Flash drive, maybe someone could verify? I don’t remember that size being available when this subject first came up. Works great I love mine We have a hardware review today.
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eaggletec Quite small, yet perfect size especially for boards with the usb port in the back. I see it only goes up to Windows Vista. DonM Senior Member Registered: When I first connected the drive to my laptop, I was surprised at how much of a tight fit it was. And, as Larry stated, it fits nicely within the 4bg recessed area, which makes it almost like having a built-in HD in my PSR It appears to be the same size.