The GiGA One SONIC has monochrome 1.8 inch display, functions more of a quick-n-dirty backup device with maximum transfer speed of 20MB/s. At that rate, it allows 1GB of images to be copied into the storage in less than one minute. Assuming it’s a rebranded Hyperdrive’s Space with similar battery life, a single charge would last up to 120GB of data transfer.
Another one is built professionally with a 3.2-inch QVGA color display, RAW images files viewing ability and sported an UDMA interface with twice the speed of up to 1GB data transfer in 30 seconds.
Both units are slated to launch worldwide in March, and we expect to see US pricings to be announced in PMA next week.