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Old 02-15-2007, 01:38 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by Bob Russell
SD storage is pretty spacious and convenient anyway. I can't imagine any scenario that would be useful to plug a hard drive into the wall socket and a Sony Reader to expand storage.
This seems like a good solution to get some usage out of all those old, tiny 5 GB hard drives we've got lying around, but I think I'm a lot happier with my USB drive for carting files around.

I agree, Bob, that connecting the Drive directly to the Reader won't work, looking back, I realize that I wasn't clear about that. Sorry for any confusion.
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