New 7-in-1 Card Reader With 256MB Built-in

Posted: Nov 1 2003, 2:55pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:47am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips


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New 7-in-1 Card Reader with 256MB Built-in
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Transcend Information Inc. announced the 256MB 7-in-1 USB 2.0 high-speed card reader.

This Transcend 7-in-1 Card Reader supporting data storage and exchange using seven types of storage media, CompactFlash Card (type I and type II), IBM Microdrive, SmartMedia Card, Secure Digital Card, MultiMediaCard, Memory Stick / Memory Stick Pro, and a Built-in Flash Disk (optional). With a built-in flash IC (64MB~256MB).
With its built-in Memory the Transcend’s 7-in-1 Card Reader can also be used as a USB 2.0 Flash Drive. Works with PC or Macintosh computer. Transcend’s 7-in-1 Card Reader is compliant with the USB 2.0 specification and backward compatible with USB 1.1. It can provide 480 Mbit/sec (60MB/sec) data transfer at full speed.

Transcend sells the 7-in-1 card reader also without memory in their shop.

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