Notebook & Desktop accessory for people on the move
• No extra power needed
• Plug-and-play installation
• Compatible with Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, XP & Mac OS 10.2x
• Download files via USB high-speed transfer rate up to 480Mbps
• Aluminium case
:: MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
• Pentium II 300MHz equivalent or higher
• Mac G3 300MHz or higher
• Memory Cards suitable for most Digital Cameras, MP3 Players, PDA, GPS, Mobile Phone, etc
:: Supports 11 types of Flash Cards, including:
• Compact Flash Type 1
• Compact Flash Type 11
• IBM Micro Drive
• Smart Media
• Secure Digital
What a quality product, not only is it stylish but it is also an extremely convinient size, no bigger than a couple of boxes of matches.
Installing this on my Windows XP machine was a breeze, just plug it in and let Windows do it's thing, next you know I have five new drives listed each one corresponding to a slot on the reader, although there are only four slots on the reader the bottom right slot also doubles as an XD reader which few readers actually support, but are slowly becoming more common.
So I plugged in a memory card and after a short while I had access to all the images stored on it, and the USB 2.0 allows for getting those images off at lightning pace.
This simply has to be one of the easiest and nicest looking card readers I have had the opportunity to use and will most certainly be making alot more use of it in the future.
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• Built-in security features enable users to download, store, and play secure content
• The microSD / Transflash cards are universally compatible
• Comes bundled with an SD adapter, providing universal compatibility with other devices using a full-size SD memory card ... more...
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