The Pocket Bit Pro USD-2G measures 7.3 x 5 x 1.3cm, so it’s hardly as compact as your average Flash drive. But capacity and access speeds should compensate.
The unit uses USB 2.0, with the connector rotating out of the Pocket Bit Pro’s casing, not only to protect it when not in use, but to make it easier to connect the drive to a host computer.
If the Pocket Bit Pro’s size makes it sound rather like a screen-less PDA, its automatic data synchronisation will strengthen the association. By pushing the unit’s AutoSync button, the user can back up a selected folder and sub-folders. Storage capacity permitting, AutoSync will retain up to ten generations of the backed-up data.
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