So, sometimes you need to check to see if your lipstick is okay, and sometimes you need to download data from a memory card. To do both of those you need a device to help you out. But why would you combine both devices into one gizmo? I suppose it could save space in your purse if you're a really habitual memory-card… »
Elecom's USB 2.0 memory card reader supports all of the following; SDHC, SD, MMC, xD and Sony's Memory Stick MagicGate/Pro/Duo cards. That is nothing out of the ordinary; a cross format reader is near enough the norm these days. Elecom goes one better with a storage space built into the card reader.
Stuff this Brando AeroCool Infinite Drive into your 3.5-inch bay, and it will accommodate more objects than a randy ho at the frat house. It's not only a 25-in-1, four-slot memory card reader, but it also has a removable 2.5-inch hard disk drive mount. Ever helpful, it also offers a couple of USB ports, a headphone… »
Efficiency is the name of the game with this gadget. I don't know how many times I have been desperately trying to transfer photos from a memory card while balancing my checkbook at the same time, but this could solve that problem. This memory card reader supports a kajillion different memory types and includes a basic … »