NZXT releases new media reader

The US company NZXT, known for making computer cases, has unveiled the Aperture M, which is the company’s newest media reader.

The media hub plugs into a 5.25-inch expansion bay in desktop computers and boasts compatibility with the newest SDXC memory cards.

The Aperture M comes with two USB 3 ports, both backwards compatible with USB 2 gear. The media reader supports a virtually every media card on the market thanks to CF, MD, SM, XD, SDHC, SDXC, MMC, MS, M2, and Micro SD slots.

NZXT Aperture M

Available only in a single model with a black mesh exterior the Aperture M media reader is now available online. Pricing is unknown.


Source: Electronista

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