[access-uk] Re: Flash Cards for Book Courier

Hi Brendan,

Flash cards could be expensive, why not build your library on an external
hard drive and transfer when required onto your flash card.  I do this, is
it also an excellent back-up and probably cheaper to.

Christine Moore.

-----Original Message-----
From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
Brendan Magill
Sent: 05 August 2007 15:58
To: Access-uk
Subject: [access-uk] Flash Cards for Book Courier

Hi everyone,

Yesterday I took delivery of a Book Courier, which I bought from 
Accessable World.  I've been spending some time in getting to know the 
device and I must say that I am very impressed.  I'm keen on reading for 
pleasure, particularly when travelling on trains.  I've already 
downloaded a couple of books and have copied these to the flash card 
supplied with the Book Courier.

Thinking ahead, I know that I'm going to want to build a library of 
books which I will keep on flash cards, rather than on my PC.  For most 
purposes, I feel I'll want to have the larger capacity cards;  the Book 
Courier takes cards up to 4GB.  I've looked around and have found any 
number of these cards for sale at prices from £20 upwards.  Other than 
requiring Compact Flash cards, are there any other restrictions or 
issues of compatibility that I need to take into account?  Can anyone 
recommend any particular range of Compact Flash cards?

Thanks in advance for any advice.

Cheers,

Brendan.

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