Ratoc presents wireless card reader

Ratoc-REX-WIFISD1


The Japanese company Ratoc has presented the REX-WIFISD1 – a wireless card reader that comes with a built-in battery.

The new card reader comes with support for SDXC and SDHC cards with capacities of up to 128 GB. In addition the device has a USB port that allows the user to connect a USB flash drive to it or charge the integrated 3000 mAh battery. The reader can also re-charge mobile phones and connect to smartphones (using Android and iOS) and PCs using Wi-Fi – the connection can support up to five devices.

The Ratoc REX-WIFISD1 will cost USD 100.


Source: Akihabaranews.com

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