Buffalo RMUM-H super compact compact flash drives

Buffalo-microSD-USB-card-readerBuffalo Japan announced a super small flash drives series – RMUM-H, which enables direct insertion of a microSD/SDHC card to its slot for storage.

The RMUM-H comes in two colors- black and white and measures only 11 (W) x 15 (H) x 1 (D) mm. “With this convenient card reader, you can transfer diverse types of data such as photos and movies taken by your cell phone camera between your phone and PC to read/write them. Because of the special structural feature of this device designed to accept a microSD card directly into a slot inside the male fitting of the USB connector, this device is as small as a USB connector unit itself.”

Buffalo RMUM-H

Interface USB 2.0 / 1.1
Compatible memory media microSD card (2GB max.), microSDHC card Class2/4/6 (16GB max.)
Driver No installation necessary of a specific driver, as it is USB bus-powered
System requirements PC with Windows Vista®/XP/2000 (SP3 to SP4)/Me or Macintosh series PC with Mac OS X (10.2 to 10.5), and USB2.0/1.1 Interface

Buffalo microSD USB card reader

Source: GeekStuff4U

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