ADATA launches Lightning card reader for Apple devices

ADATA launches Lightning card reader for Apple devices

ADATA is a brand name that we associate with SSDs and computer memory but earlier today the Taiwanese company has released a new, different device – a Lightning card reader for various Apple devices, including the iPhone, iPad and iPod.

The new ADATA Lightning card reader is fully MFI-certified and easily connects to Apple devices using the Lightning interface so that users can conveniently exchange data and expand the storage with SD and microSD cards. The reader is also the first device in this segment that comes with two-way data transfer (read and write) and the first that combines SD and microSD functionality in one place. In addition to this the ADATA Lightning card reader uses durable materials and a flexible cable that ensures long-lasting and reliable operation and arrives with a free data management app. The materials used for the chassis are scratch resistant and resist fingerprints and other blemishes, while the connector cable is flattened and flexible to prevent tangles and wire stress.

The app that comes with the ADATA Lightning card reader does not have a name as of now but it allows effortless content management and media playback even when not connected to the Internet. The app also has a media player so that music and video can be enjoyed on iOS devices at all times, for example when users are not logged into their iTunes accounts.

No word on pricing.

Source: ADATA

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