21 In 1 E-blue Bit Station Card Reader Quick Review

Posted: Jun 16 2005, 7:00am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:05pm CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

 

21 in 1 e-blue Bit Station Card Reader Quick Review
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Somehow I feel sorry for consumers who actually need a 21-in-1 card reader. On the other hand I am a Sony slave, maybe memory card diversity is the better life-style.

Gadget store Fancylogic sent me this neat looking and very compact 21 in 1 card reader made by e-blue. The card reader measures 65x65x14mm. The USB 2.0 interface supports up to 480mbits/second transfer rates. The e-blue 21 in 1 card reader is of course plug & play and cards are hot swap-able. When plugged in via USB, 4 drives appear representing the four differnt types of slots on the card reader. See list of supported cards below.

The device is straight forward to use. I only have memory sticks, so I could not test all 21 cards.
The card reader sells for $25.00 USD on Fancylogic.
Photos and list of supported cards below.

The following memory cards are supported:
MS Slot: Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, Memory Stick Duo Pro Duo, MS Rom
CF Slot: CompactFlash Type I, CompactFlash Type II, Micro Drive
SD Slot: Secure Digital, Mini Secure Digital*, Multi Media Card, RS-MMC*
SM Slot: Smart Media, XD, SMC
*adapter is requested.

21 in 1 e-blue Bit Station Card Reader Future Technology News technology Review

21 in 1 e-blue Bit Station Card Reader Future Technology News technology Review

21 in 1 e-blue Bit Station Card Reader Future Technology News technology Review


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