Storage and Backup : Kodak Picture Keeper: An All-in-One USB Device for Photo StorageMay 31, 2012
All four of the devices are ready to go out of the box, because there’s no software to install. Users can just insert the USB cable for the Picture Keeper Pro drive into any USB port on a PC, click “Start Backup” and Picture Keeper automatically finds and saves all the consumer’s pictures. Subsequent backups are faster, because Picture Keeper will only copy the newest images when it is used again to save recently added or changed pictures.
The company also announced that it will soon release Picture Keeper for the iPhone and iPad.
The Picture Keeper comes in the following capacities: PK 4, 4,000 photos, $29.99; PK 8, 8,000 photos, $59.99; PK 16, 16,000 photos, $99.99; and PK Pro, 250,000 photos, $169.99. picturekeeper.com