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SanDisk Ships Next Generation Memory Card Reader

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SanDisk Ships Next Generation Memory Card Reader

SanDisk has announced that it is now shipping a next generation memory card reader. The new SanDisk ImageMate card reader offers efficiency and faster data transfer rates and they are available for purchase now.

The reader is faster and smaller than previous memory card readers from SanDisk. The first new reader is the All-in-One memory card reader and is capable of reaching speeds up to 34 MB/s when reading a SanDisk Extreme IV 45MB/s CompactFlash card.

The reader also has a button that launches a user defined application or website when pressed. The ImageMate All-in-one reader supports virtually every memory card format around including SD, SDHC, microSDHC, MMC, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro Dup, xD, and Compact flash as well as others. The price is $29.99. The Multi-Card reader offers even more formats including the ones listed above for $19.99.

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