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PicPac II 11-in-1 High Speed Memory Card Reader and 250 GB Storage Device 7625

2.5 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

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  • Eliminate the need to buy many memory cards, backup thousands of photos without a computer
  • Built-in high speed memory card reader, one touch operation
  • Pocket size and light weight
  • Battery powered - copy up to 15 GB on a single charge, USB Plug and Play - PC and MAC compatable
  • Accomodates Compact Flash, MicroDrive, Sony Memory Stick, Sony MS Pro, Sony MS Duo, Sony MS Pro Duo, Secure Digital (SD)
  • Also accomodatesSecure Digital High Capacity (SDHC), Multimedia Card (MC), Micro SD and XD Card

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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Wolverine
  • Model Number: 7625
  • Manufacturer Warranty Description: One year from Date of Purchase.

Product Description

Wolverine PicPac II 11-I High Speed Memory Cards Reader and 250 GB Storage Device

Product Information

Product Dimensions 3.1 x 0.9 x 4.7 inches
Item Weight 8 ounces
Shipping Weight 1.4 pounds
ASIN B003QP49N0
Item model number 7625
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2.5 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

2.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,998 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Computer Accessories > Memory Card Accessories > Memory Card Readers
Date first available at Amazon.com June 9, 2010

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Overall, I've had a good experience with the new Wolverine, but it's not perfect. I bought mine last month and it was invaluable for backing up my memory cards and storing my photos while on travel. However, I feel the need to mention one main issue that I've experienced with the drive. It's a bit too sensitive to being handled when it's copying files from a memory card. Mine has stopped copying files and displayed an error message in the middle of a transfer just because it was picked up and set down on another table. A few other times it also stopped copying when I plugged in the power cord during a transfer. It just seems to be a little too sensitive to being touched or moved around when it's transferring files. Also be aware that the battery life is too short for copying a full 32GB memory card, so just be sure to leave it on a desk plugged in with the AC adapter for those longer transfers. Other than those real world issues, if you need a device like this, it still works very well, just be completely aware of it's limitations, and you won't be disappointed. Enjoy!
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I owned an earlier version of this device, the Wolverine 7080, a memory card reader with 80GB of storage. I used it on several long vacations. I would copy the pictures off my camera each evening onto the device. It served me well as a backup device. When I needed a larger capacity device I chose this PicPac II 7625 250GB updated version. As far as I can tell, besides the storage capacity, there's almost no difference in the 7625 from its earlier version - same size (3"W, 4.5"H, 1"D), weight (8oz), 11 supported card formats (all the usual suspects). Connection to a computer is via USB with a mini-USB plug for the device. When connected to a computer the device will show up as a set of hard drives (more than one because of the multiple card formats). The 7625's screen is 3.3mm x 4.3mm, slightly larger than in the older devices. There is also a dash of color used in the screen display now.

The transfer speed between a memory card and the 7625 depends on the speed of the memory card. I mainly use SDHC and CF cards. For a Class 6 SDHC card I got a transfer speed of about 0.88MB/s. For a much faster Sandisk Extreme CF card I got a very acceptable 46.8MB/s.

The PicPac is really easy to use. Turn it on, stick your memory card into the appropriate slot, and press the COPY key. The device has only two keys. The screen will indicate the progress of copying as a % completed. You're done when it says "100% Completed". One feature that is a negative for me is that you have to copy the entire contents of a card. You can't select which files to copy. It's everything or none. This can use up a lot of storage quickly unless you delete pictures from your card after copying. Each time you copy a card the device will create a new folder as the destination for the copied files.
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The PicPac is used by many to allow them to save flash drive space by copying over photos so a drive can be reused. It is basically a hard drive with slots. Because flash space is cheap I plan to use it to simply back up photos when traveling therefore avoiding the need to carry a laptop and having two copies of all my pics. The unit is very basic. There are multiple flash drive slots and each backup session is placed in a new folder. I have tested it and found no problems. There is no viewer. If this fits your needs, it does the job.
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this is the second wolverine ive purchased. i use it as a portable external drive and as extra storage for 8 and 16g compact flash cards. i have reformatted it to fat 32 because as delivered it would not mount often. since then it mounts but only works for 5 minutes or so. if connected for longer than that the device can not be dismounted from any computer i own. improperly disconnecting it scares me but that is necessary almost every time i use it. it often has stopped in the middle of transfer, like it no longer reads a connection to the computer. this is my first pic pac and my last wolverine. the old wolverine i had worked great but heated up after an hour or more being connected and i only replaced it because i dropped it and broke the adaptor connection. this junk heats up immediately, almost.
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My previous version was(is) a FlashPac 7000, 40GB. Had great success with it, though the transfer times did seem kind of slow. Bought it back in 02 or 03, for ~$275. Still runs and works, but the power point for the AC adapter broke loose, and anyplace to solder it back down is eroded away. It will still recharge and work from USB. Kind of amazing, considering all the abuse (many camping trips, exposure to heat, cold, wind, sand) and it still plugs along. All this info is just for the purpose of telling others what a good product Wolverine makes. With a trip to Yellowstone and Glacier coming up, however, I think it's time for the upgrade. Many times the capacity, a fraction the price!
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I like the little back-up drive. It does what it says. It would be nice to actually see the pictures on the screen, but all in all I suppose I don't need to. It works well.
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